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Bradley and Kelly are out flying kites at a park one afternoon. A model of Bradley and Kelly’s kites are shown below on the coordinate plane as kites BRAD and KELY respectively. Which statement is correct about the two kites? Answer A.They are similar because BR;DB is 1:2 and KE;YK 1:2. B. They are similar because BR;DB is 1:5 and KE;YK is 1:5. C. They are not similar because BR;DB is 1:5 and KE;YK is 1:2. D. They are not similar because BR;DB is 1:2 and KE;YK is 1:5.

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    well i don't know the answer but i do know you can cross out A and B because the kites are not similar, the rest you do on your own i guess

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