Given two similar triangles, one with small measurements that can be accurately determined, and the other with
large measurements, but at least one is known with accuracy, can the other two measurements be deduced? Explain and give an example.
The similarity of triangles gives rise to trigonometry.
How could we understand that the right triangles of trigonometry with a hypotenuse of measure 1 represent all possible right triangles?
Ultimately, the similarity of triangles is the basis for proportions between sides of two triangles, and these proportions allow for the calculations of which we are speaking here. The similarity of triangles is the foundation of trigonometry.