Posted by **Samantha** on Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 9:18pm.

A rectange has dimensions of 1 and 6. Another rectangle was drawn from it using a scale factor of 1.5.

A. The area of the large rectangle is how many times the area of the small rectangle?

B. The perimter of the large rectangle is how many times the perimeter of the small rectangle?

Which one would the answer be A or B?

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