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take the square root fo the ratios
first one for example \[\frac{4}{16}=\frac{1}{4}\] so ratio of the perimeter is \[\frac{\sqrt{1}}{\sqrt{4}}=\frac{1}{2}\]

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How did you get 4/16?!?!
it said ratio was 4 to 16 in the first one
Oh i thought it was 18 can you do 18?
so i just made it in to a fraction
yes \[\frac{75}{12}\] reduces conveniently to \[\frac{25}{4}\] now you can easily take the square root and get \[\frac{5}{2}\]
ahh thanks
similarly \[\frac{49}{9}\] take the square root directly get \[\frac{7}{3}\] etc got it?
yeah! Thanks!
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