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The polygons below are similar. Find the value of x.

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    A. 4.5 B. 7.5 C. 12 D. 16

  3. anonymous
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    has to be 16 since polygon ABCD is larger but similar to EFGH and EFGH's same line is 12

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    I think it's 12 because its x by 2

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    no its definitely 16 because it has to be bigger than 12, and 16 is the only answer choice there thats larger than 12

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    Wait yes, you are right. I just did the ratio

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    ye

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    Yeah. 8 to 6 is approx 1.3 12 * 1.3 = 15.6 which rounds to 16

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