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veganbee

  • 7 months ago

ARE THESE FIGURES SIMILAR?

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  1. veganbee
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  2. veganbee
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    i think yes 1:4, am i right?

  3. vipul92
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    no

  4. veganbee
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    @vipul92 they arent similar?

  5. vipul92
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    ya they aren't similar

  6. vipul92
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    because all side are not same ratio 1:4

  7. vipul92
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    i think now clear

  8. veganbee
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    ohh okay. i thought it could still be similar even though only one side met the thing, the other two were multiplied into eachother less

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    • 7 months ago
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    i understand it now though! so thank you

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