Posted by Anne on .
The perimeter of a heptagon is 9a^2s ft. The perimeter of a triangle is 6a^6b^2s ft. Find the ratio of the perimeter of the heptagon to the perimeter of the triangle.

Algebra 
Steve,
p(h)/p(t) = 9a^2s/6a^6b^2s = 3/2a^4b^2