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If two polygons are similar then their side lengths will just be multiples of each other. i.e. the angles within in them are the same they are just shorter are longer. So, given that can you determine whether or not they are similar and what they are scaled by?
umm.. idk.. can i?
Try redrawing the two triangles next to each other with the same orientation
they are similar. here is the reason. |dw:1360019046098:dw| if They are similar then X will be 30. which it is.
Not 30 15
The scale factor will be .5. or 50% (Azolor is right typo on my drawing., X=15)
oh.. ok thanks guys!!:)

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