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anonymous
 one year ago
For a game, Tony has a rectangle drawn on a piece of paper that has an area of 18 in.2. What should he do to the dimensions in order to have a similar rectangle that's area is only 2 in.2?
Divide them by nine.
Divide them by six.
Divide them by three.
Multiply them by three.
anonymous
 one year ago
For a game, Tony has a rectangle drawn on a piece of paper that has an area of 18 in.2. What should he do to the dimensions in order to have a similar rectangle that's area is only 2 in.2? Divide them by nine. Divide them by six. Divide them by three. Multiply them by three.

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