Posted by **Marie** on Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 2:14pm.

in the center of the first sheep of graph paper, draw a figure with straight sides that will fit in a 15 by 20 block (the figure can be hard or easy so I was thinking of going with a simple rectangle). On the second sheet of graph paper draw the same figure with so that is similar to the first rectangle with a 2:1 ratio of the first.

On the 3rd sheet of graph paper draw the same figure again. it should be similar to the first figure but with 3/5 ratio of the first. what sizes should the rectangles be?

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