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 one year ago
The scale factor of Figure A to Figure B is 1:x. What is the scale factor of Figure B to Figure A? Explain your reasoning. I said x:1, but idk how to explain it...help anyone? XD
 one year ago
The scale factor of Figure A to Figure B is 1:x. What is the scale factor of Figure B to Figure A? Explain your reasoning. I said x:1, but idk how to explain it...help anyone? XD

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lovemenplayhard
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1well if A:B = 1:X then certainly taking inverse will invert the ratio n keep things proportionate so B:A =X:1
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