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  • 5 years ago

Does anyone know how to solve a question that ask's " What is the correct proportion for corresponding sides"?

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  1. anonymous
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    for what class?

  2. anonymous
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    Geometry

  3. anonymous
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    are those similar triangle problem?

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    Similar Rectangles

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    ok

  6. anonymous
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    So if you have a rectangle with width 4 and height 2. Other similar rectangle with height 7 what is the width

  7. anonymous
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    14?

  8. anonymous
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    Correct

  9. anonymous
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    Okay, the equation shows 2 triangles. A smaller one with 4cm Height & 12cm Width.. The bigger one shows 8m Height & 24m Width.. How Will i Set Up The Correct Proportion for the correspondong sides?

  10. anonymous
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    are these right triangle

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    ?

  12. anonymous
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    Sorry, i meant to say they're rectangles

  13. anonymous
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    lenght/width of one rectangle should be same as lenght/width of other

  14. anonymous
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    it's Doubled

  15. anonymous
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    4/12=1/3 8/24=1/3

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    So 4/12 = 24/8.. That Would Be The correct Answer?

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    4/12=8/24

  18. anonymous
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    There is No Answer Choice For That, The Choices are 12/8=24/4 or 12/4=24/8 or 4/12=24/8 or 12/4 = 8/24.

  19. radar
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    What are the choices? Is their a 1/3?

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