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A toy company manufactures arcade games. They are marketing a new pinball machine to children. It is similar in size to the adult version of the same game. Both the adult and child models are shown below. If the perimeter of the adult pinball machine is 172 inches, what is the length, in inches of line G' A' ? Type the numeric answer only in the box below.

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  1. Answerthisnow
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  3. Answerthisnow
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    ok sorry

  4. Answerthisnow
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    atleast help me out? *sigh* i give up....

  5. amistre64
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    now that I got some time, i will see what I can do .... but one way to advertise your question would be to supply a link to it in the chatbox

  6. amistre64
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    linear modifications that conform to similarity are just scale factors of each other; they maintain the same ratios

  7. amistre64
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    g'a' is to ga as e'm' is to em and this relates also to the perimeter

  8. amistre64
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    perimeter - the other 3 sides - ga

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    cant type ....

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    P-3sides = ga

  11. amistre64
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    172-(56+56+35) = ga so with this we can find the missing g'a'

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    g'a' is to ga as e'm' is to em g'a' 172-(56+56+35) ---- = -------------- 14 35 g'a' = 14(172-(56+56+35))/35

  13. amistre64
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    with any luck, thats 10

  14. AlexPR787
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    its not 10

  15. directioned23
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    Then what is it? @AlexPR787

  16. AlexPR787
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    i know is not 10 because i got it wrong directioned23

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