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kittykat96

  • 2 years ago

11. The polygons are similar, but not necessarily drawn to scale. Find the value of x. ... first figure the top X-1, right side is y+1 bottom is 32 and the left side is 16 ... thes second figure smaller the top is 6 the right side is 21 the bottom is 24 and the left side is 12 .... i need a little help please

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  1. jjj45
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    try multiplying them all

  2. kittykat96
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    like what do you mean?

  3. jjj45
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    take the top times the bottom then divide how many number there are by what u get when miltiply

  4. kittykat96
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    um... im still confused

  5. kittykat96
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    like the top of one and the bottom of the other ot the top and bottom of the same?

  6. jjj45
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    yes

  7. kittykat96
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    yes? i asked which it is lol thats not a yes or no question

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