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In the figure below, triangle ABC is similar to triangle PQR. What is the length of side PQ? (picture attached)

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Flip the 2nd triangle and create a proportion. Does that help, or should I give you the proportion too?
would the proportion be: 11.5 over 34.5 times x over 12? or is that wrong?

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close, more like 11.5/34.5 = 12/x where x is the length of PQ
is it c?
how did you get c
nevermind, I got 36. thats correct?
it is
thanks! can you help with one more question please?
hopefully you see how you got 36 and how 33 is wrong
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yeah sure
I attached the photo of the question
alright one second
thanks soo much!
what do you notice about step 2
anything missing, odd, or off here?
36 is the answer
Just a little late ^^;;

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