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Oh, and I understand that none of the answer options for question 4 are correct. If I don't get that question right, I'll have to Email my teacher about it. This happens a lot more than it should.
1 - 3 all correct
4. all answers are incorrect, but you chose the closest
5-7 all correct
8 I don't know bec I don't know topology
11 - 14 correct
@mathstudent55 Thank you! But, if I may ask, why is 10 incorrect?
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Would it be 4 : 9, since the scale factor is 2/3 and I have to square that?
I'm glad you asked.
When two figures are similar, and there is a scale factor between them, then the scale factor applies to the linear measurements.
Look at these two cubes:
Notice the cubes:
linear scale factor: 1:3 = 1:3
area scale factor = 6:54 = 1:9
volume scale factor = 1:27
Notice that the area scale factor in the square of the linear scale factor, and the volume scale factor is the cube of the linear scale factor.
In your problem:
AR = 10 & RE = 5, so AE = 15
Linear scale factor = 10/15 = 2/3
Area scale factor = (2/3)^2 = 4/9
You are correct.
@mathstudent55 Thank you so much! You seriously have been a huge help.