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Smherrr
 2 years ago
For two quadrilaterals ABCD~QRST, AB equals 3 inches, BC equals CD equals 4 inches, and DA equals 6 inches. Match the given scale factor with the given side length between quadrilaterals ABCD and QRST.
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Term Definition
0.25 RS= 1in.
1.5 ST= 8 in.
4 TQ= 9 in.
2 QR= 12 in.
Smherrr
 2 years ago
For two quadrilaterals ABCD~QRST, AB equals 3 inches, BC equals CD equals 4 inches, and DA equals 6 inches. Match the given scale factor with the given side length between quadrilaterals ABCD and QRST. Match. Term Definition 0.25 RS= 1in. 1.5 ST= 8 in. 4 TQ= 9 in. 2 QR= 12 in.

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Bri_Durbin
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1AB ~ QR 3 ~ (A)12 ==> scale factor = 4 BC ~ RS 4 ~ (C)1 ==> sf = 0.25 CD ~ ST 4~ (B) 8 ==> sf = 2 DA ~ TQ 6 ~ (D)9 ==> sf = 1.5

Smherrr
 2 years ago
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