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 one year ago
if MATH~ROCKS calculate the value of MA and OK
A.
MA = 3.5 and KO = 8
B.
MA = 3 and KO = 8.5
C.
MA = 8.5 and KO = 3
D.
MA = 8 and KO = 3.5
 one year ago
if MATH~ROCKS calculate the value of MA and OK A. MA = 3.5 and KO = 8 B. MA = 3 and KO = 8.5 C. MA = 8.5 and KO = 3 D. MA = 8 and KO = 3.5

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AravindG
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0use the property that ratio of sides will be equal for the 2 figures assuming they are similiar

Directrix
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1If quadrilateral MATH ~ quadrilateral ROKS, then corresponding sides are in proportion. In the statement of similarity, M <>R, A<>O, T<>K, and H <>S. MA/RO = AT/OK = TH/KS = HM/SR From the diagram, 4/17 = TH/KS 4/17 = TH/(12.75) TH = 3 AM = 3 because they are marked as congruent > Value of AM Now, for KO 4/17 = 2/ KO KO = 17/2 > Value of KO Now, you @katlin95 can decide the correct option.
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