chancemorris123
  • chancemorris123
The surface areas of two similar hexagonal prisms are 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360000.jpg and 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360001.jpg. What is the scale factor of the smaller prism to the larger prism? A. 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360003.jpg B. 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360005.jpg C. 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360002.jpg D. 2004-06-01-07-00_files/i0360004.jpg
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mathstudent55
  • mathstudent55
If two polygons have a linear scale factor of k, the area scale factor is \(k^2\).
mathstudent55
  • mathstudent55
Here start with the area scale factor and then find the linear scale factor.

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