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The figures above are similar. Find the missing length. Show your work.

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The sides will be in the same proportion L1/W1=L2/W2
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sorri im lost still
Length of the first rectangle = L1 Width of the first rectangle = W1 Length of second rectangle = L2 width of the second rectangle = W2 L1/W1=L2/W2
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(5/3)=(3/x) Find x
im not getting it sorry:-( i know your probably making it real easy to but i havent done math is over 8yrs and i dont even remember doing this in highschool
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x =9/5
or 1.8
inches
oh wow im sorri thank u so much for all of ur help
Your welcome
im actually trying to get my high school dimploma now so i can go to college

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