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Please Help. MNOP~Qrst with a scale factor of 5:4. MP=85mm. What is the value of QT?

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    MnoP~QrsT
    So MP is the corresponding side of QT.
    If the scale factor between the two figures is 5:4, the sides are in the same ratio as well.

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