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probably try trial and error. is this related to geometry?

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Yes, Id say so...
so for the first figure lets try 3.5/1.4 =... 1.5/0.6=... and see if its the same
\[\frac{ 1.5 }{ 3.5 } = \frac{ 0.6 }{ 4.1 }\]
like that?
seperately..and check if its the same number lol honestly, im not sure; the last time i touched these was 5 years ago :/
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well. ok.
a isn't the answer.
g isnt as well
it isn't?
try \(h\)
ok.
h is proportional and therefore not the answer
[its asking which one is NOT similar to the original letter].
lol, i read it wrong so h and g are proportional, therefore not the answer
yup.
wait. Im not sure g is proportional.
its not
ok.
so j is the only answer left.
(f) is proportional
and therefore not the answer.
Thanks!
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