Posted by **chemiii** on Sunday, November 19, 2006 at 3:38pm.

for each pair of similar parallelograms,fid the ratio of two adjacent side lengths in one parallelogram and compare it to the ratio of the corresponding side lengthes in the other parallelogram.

What are they wanting me to do??

A.2m 4m

B.3 m 6m

C.4m 9m

D.2.75m 3.5m

E.4.25 8.5

F.5m 7m

A-C are similar and are all parallelograms....they are square...

D-F are similar and are all parallelograms...they are well...slanted

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