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ConnexussKidd96

  • 2 years ago

How would i find the scale factor of these numbers..Very confused need help pleaseee!!! Will give a metal...& Not asking for answer just help!!!

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  1. ConnexussKidd96
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    58 in by 78 in 20 in by 36in 79 in by 30in 58 in by 32 in 128 in by 86 in 18 in by 12 in

  2. itsmylife
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    to find scale factor you gotta use relation Y=K *X where K is scale factor so lets say 78 is Y and 58 is X , plug in the values 78=K*58 K=78/58= 1.344 thats your scale factor ;) similarly you can do for the rest

  3. ConnexussKidd96
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    so that would be the calculations not the new dimension equation?

  4. itsmylife
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    exactly

  5. ConnexussKidd96
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    So i would divide 1.344 from each side

  6. ConnexussKidd96
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    for new equatioon

  7. itsmylife
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    yes :)

  8. ConnexussKidd96
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    so would be 43.1 in by 58 in

  9. itsmylife
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    your right :)

  10. ConnexussKidd96
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    Thank you:)

  11. itsmylife
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    your welcome ;)

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