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  • one year ago

solve the proportion

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  1. anonymous
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  2. rishavraj
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    multiply both sides with 8

  3. anonymous
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    24b-24?

  4. rishavraj
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    u will get 2(3b - 3) = b - 4

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    5b=10?

  6. anonymous
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    so b = 2?

  7. anonymous
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    can you help me with more

  8. rishavraj
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    how come 5b = 10 ???

  9. anonymous
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    6b-6= b-4

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    6b-b is 5b

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    6 plus 4 is 10

  12. rishavraj
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    6b - 6= b - 4 5b = 2

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    b = 2/5

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    oh that makes sense

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    can you help me with more

  16. rishavraj
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    okay ... :))`

  17. anonymous
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    Determine whether the polygons are similar. If so, write a similarity statement and give the scale factor. If not, explain.

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    Yes, ∆KLM ∼ ∆YZK. The scale factor is 3. b. No, because corresponding angles are not congruent. c. No, because lengths of corresponding sides are not proportional. d. Yes, ∆KLM ∼ ∆XYZ. The scale factor is 1/3. e. Yes, ∆KLM ∼ ∆XYZ. The scale factor is 3.

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