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If the scale factor from a small figure to a large figure is given as a percent, how can you find the side lengths of the large figure from the side lengths of the small figure?

First change the % into decimal form.
If the large figure is 10% larger, it is 0.10 larger.
So, small side length plus 0.10x small side length would = large side length.

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