RagingSquirrel
  • RagingSquirrel
What is the ratio of the corresponding sides of ABCD to LMNO? http://i.imgur.com/pPAHP.png 3/2 1/2 2/3 2/1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
2:3
aroub
  • aroub
2/3
RagingSquirrel
  • RagingSquirrel
Why not all of them?

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aroub
  • aroub
Why all of them?
aroub
  • aroub
Do you know how to find the corresponding sides?
RagingSquirrel
  • RagingSquirrel
er.... negative
RagingSquirrel
  • RagingSquirrel
All i'm doing is reading the textbook, and it's kinda hard keeping up
aroub
  • aroub
Haha, okay. The gave you 'ABCD to LMNO' how to find the corresponding sides ? Always the first 2 'letters' in the rectangle are corresponding to the first 2 'letters' in the second rectangle => AB is corresponding to LM. And the second 2 letters in the first rectangle are corresponding to the second 2 letters in the second rectangle => BC is corresponding to MN and so on..

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