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23.) Determine whether the two figures are similar. If so, give the scale factor of the smaller figure to the larger figure.

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    So to find out if they are similar, you can take the radius of the small one and divide it by the height of the larger one and if you get the same answer for both then they are similar

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    My answer: yes; 1:1.2. is that correct.

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    so 1.6/8.7 and 1.92/10.44

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    I am only posting my answers to see if they are right.

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    25.) If the scale factor of two similar solids is 5:13. What is the ratio of their corresponding areas and volumes?

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    Yes. That should be correct :)

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    my answer: 25:169 and 125:2,197

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    Because 8.7 * 1.2 = 10.44 and 1.6 * 1.2 = 1.92

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    @freckles dont leave

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    \[\text{ small } : \text{ large } \] just replace the word small with the smaller radius measurement and replace the word large with the larger radius measurement

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    So am I right or no?

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    @Loser66 @sammixboo

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