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George is given two circles, Circle O and circle X, as shown. If he wants to prove that the two circles are similar, what would be the correct first step in his proof? Given: The radius of circle O is r, and the radius of circle X is r'. Prove: Circle O is similar to circle X.

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    a)all the linear dimensions are equal to each other b) all the linear dimensions are in the same proportion c)all the area and length dimensions are in the same proportion d)all the area dimensions are in the same proportion

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