answer: c.similar figures must have the same shape and the same size.
two figures are called similar if they have the same shape that is the ratio of their corresponding edges are in same proportion,
but it is not essential that they must have the same size.
for example, if we have two right triangles,
first having sides 3, 4, 5 and second having sides 9, 12, 15,
since they are similar because their sides are in the same proportion,
also, in the case of triangles size is called area of the triangle,
the area of first triangle is 6 square unit, while second triangle has the area 54 square unit,
6 ≠ 54,
thus, both triangle have the different sizes.
⇒ third option is incorrect.
parallel lines have the same slope this is why they never intersect each other ⇒ first option is correct.
two figures are called congruent when they have same size and same shapes ⇒ second option is correct.
in rotation a figure is rotated around a point ⇒ fourth option is correct.
m=slope & b= y-intercept
just plug the numbers into the equation which results in y=-10x-7
f(x) = x^2 + 5x - 6
what two number multiply together to give us -6 and add to give us 5
-1 *6 = -6
-1 +6 =5
(x-1) (x+6) = 0
using the zero product property
x-1 =0 x+6 = 0