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The sides of a hexagon are 4,3,4,6,8, and 9. Find the perimeter of a similar hexagon with two sides of length 3.

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    @karatechopper @AravindG

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    So..do they tell you which sides you need to change?

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    OH WAIT.

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    |dw:1358607843955:dw|

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    I drew a picture..

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    2 sides 3? are you sure?

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    Thats what I thought!! ^

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    @karatechopper great minds think alike :)

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    :D You know it!

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    So...@victorlau123 You gonna come and help us find this out?

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    ye im trying to figure this out, im not too sure though

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    Do I split the hexagon into triangles @karatechopper @AravindG

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    @Callisto @phi PLEASE HELP ME

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    @Callisto is offline.

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    ?? It's a "Similar" hexagon. If TWO sides are to be length 3, these 3-sides must correspond with the original 4-sides, since those are the only sides that have the same length.

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    @tkhunny The ratio is 4:3 right?

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    That's it. It's a good problem. It doesn't quite tell you what it wants. You have to realize the 4-sides are the only ones that match.

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    @tkhunny Thank you!

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    @Hero can you help me with my geo problem?

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    It's usually better to post a new question on a new thread. Is this the same problem?

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