Algebra Grade 7

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the ratio of square H's length to square I's length is 3 : 5, if the length of square H is 18 meters, what is the perimeter of square I?

  • Algebra Grade 7 -

    L1 : L2 = 3 : 5

    18 : L2 = 3:5
    18/L2 = 3/5
    3L2 = 90
    l=L2= 30


    checK:
    18:30 = 3:5

  • Algebra Grade 7 -

    I dunno

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