Posted by **Crystal** on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 7:48pm.

What does a scale factor between two similar figures tell you about the relationships between the length and area measures of the figures?

The relationship is that you use the l&w to find the scale factor. you can

make L&W ratios for each figure, then you divide both of the ratios to get the scale factor.

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