Geometry

#4
Which could be the scale factor of the following similar figures? (1 point)

The first triangle's sides are 9,9,12
The second triangles sides are 6,6,8

A.) 2/3
B.) 3/4
C.) 1
D.) 3/2
E.) 4/3

My answers: b & c

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#5
The rectangles in the figure below are similar. Find the value of x. (1 point)

Smaller rectangle is x (width), 3 (height)
Larger rectangle is x+4 (width), 5(height)

A.) 2.4
B.) 2.7
C.) 6
D.) 6.7

My answer: b

Am I right? Please help! Thank you!

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  1. #4
    how can you have 2 different scale factors yielding the same figure ??
    9(2/3)--->6
    9(2/3)--->6
    12(2/3)-->8
    So .....?

    #5
    x/(x+4) = 3/5
    5x = 3x+12
    2x=12
    x = 6

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  2. Reiny's correct!

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  3. The correct answers are:
    #4 A. 2/3 and D. 3/2
    #5 C. 6

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  4. 1. reflection, rotation, & translation
    2. 2/3 & 3/2 (props to @Correct answers for this)
    3. 6 (props to @Correct answers for this)

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  5. 2/3 and 3/2 is the answer

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  6. We all comin in clutch all 2020

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  7. Jan 20, 2020 lol

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  8. 1. A reflection, C rotation, & D translation
    2. A 2/3 & D 3/2
    3. C 6

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  9. lol yep feb 2020

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  10. Aye Feb 2020

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  11. Who here from Christ Academy

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  12. i aint the only one in 2020 i guess...

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  13. mood

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  14. any1 here frum connexus

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  15. i think 99% of us are from connexus (connections academy) yooo feb 2020

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  16. @rocky , connexus gang!!! 😎

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  17. We vibin in 2020 😎

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  18. Just took the quick check, 100%! Thanks guys!

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  19. feb 2020, thanks for the help guys. i got 100%

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  20. Figure it out yourself lol it ain't hard. Pay attention in class for once in your life.

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  21. ^ worry about yourself and leave others alone :)

    Anyways ... Just confirming the Answers.
    Unit 3 Lesson 2: Similar Polygons
    1. (A) Reflection
    (C) Rotation
    (D)Translation

    2. (A)2/3
    (C)3/2

    3. (C)6
    Hope this helps in a way... even though it was answered already.
    But anyways :) have a nice day/or night.

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  22. Apr. 8, 2020 lol

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  23. june 2020 connexus summer school lol

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