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APPLY THE RULE [1.5X, 1.5Y] TO THE VERTICES OF TRIANGLE TO GET TRINGLE PQR. COMPARE THE CORRESPONDING MEASUREMENTS[SIDE LENGTHS, PERIMETER, AREA, ANGLE MEASURES] OF THE TRIANGLE

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