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The figures are similar. The ratio of the lengths of their corresponding sides is 45:25, or 9:5. Find the ratio of their perimeters and the ratio of their areas. The figures are not drawn to scale.

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perimeter of two figures = 9 : 5

area of the two figures = 9^2 : 5^2
= 81 : 25

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