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  1. anonymous
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    you have graph paper?

  2. Isaiah.Feynman
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    Similar shapes. We say two shapes are similar if their corresponding sides are proportional.

  3. anonymous
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    you can use a graphing calculator online

  4. anonymous
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    https://www.desmos.com/calculator

  5. anonymous
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    then simply plot the given points and determine if they are proportional or not.

  6. anonymous
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    start with open parenthesis ( plot point x coma, point , close)

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    (x,y) dont forget the coma

  8. MrNood
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    you don't need a graphing tool you can see that the origin (0,0) is th esame in both in the scale drawing point line BA is 2 units What is th elenght og B'A' - simply look at the values for A' then you can see how many times bigger B'A' is then BA IF B'C' is the SAME times bigger than BA then the rectangles are similar

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