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smnacer

  • 2 years ago

Look at the figure below. What is the value of x? 9 12 6 2

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    @J.L.

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    Set up a proportion: \[\frac{4}{11} = \frac{x + 2}{x + 16}\]Can you solve?

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    x=6

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    Yup :)

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    also If the dimensions of a rectangle become one-fifth of the original dimensions, then area of the new rectangle will be _______of the area of the original rectangle. Enter your answer in numerical form, using the / for the fraction bar if needed.

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    Reember . If the dimensions are cut by 1/5, then it's the square of which it was cut. \[(\frac{1}{5})^2 = ?\]

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    .04 in fraction form 0.0

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    1/25

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