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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?

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POSSIBLE ANSWERS: A) They are similar because line BR:DB is 1:2 and line KE:YK is 1:2. B) They are similar because line BR:DB is 2:1 and KE:YK is 2:1. C) They are not similar because line BR:DB is 1:2 and line KE:YK is 2:1. D) They are not similar because line BR:DB is 2:1 and line KE:YK is 1:2
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It's D because C says the ratio of KE:YK is 1:2 but KE=sqrt2 and YK=5sqrt2 so the ratio of KE:YK is 1:5 so C is false.
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Ohh ohk.. i get it thanks soo much ! yeah its perfect i jus didnt really understand it.. Thankks !(:
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ic so d is wrong i got it wrong when i chose that answer and it is the same question
c is wrong 2

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