# math

The ladders shown below are standing against the wall at the same angle. How high up the wall does the longer ladder go? (All measurements are in feet.)

11.25 ft
12.5 ft
14 ft
14 ft

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The pair of polygons is similar. Find the value of x.
polygons

187.5 in.
12 in.
30 in.
37.5 in.

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Use a proportion to find the missing side length in the following similar figures.

triangles

x = 4.5 m
x = 18 m
x = 8 m
x = 2.25 m

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Us a a proportion to find the missing side length in the following similar figures.
triangles

x = 28 cm
x = 30.8 cm
x = 6.4 cm
x = 19 cm

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The triangles below are similar figures. Use a proportion to find the length of x.
triangles

10one-third
13 one-third
12
15

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2. A C D B A

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3. are you sure @Anonymous

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5. Well then none of your concern :P

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6. dang it what was the answers

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7. It is B C A B B
I got 100

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8. @Hotline Bling is correct I just did it thank you

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9. Here are the correct answers

1.b 12.5 ft

2. C 30 in

3. A 4.5

4. B 30.8

5. B 13 1/3

Trust me these answers are 100% correct will pass it. 5/5 100%
I just took the test

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10. Thanks Katie pickle your answers are correct I just took the test and I pass it 100% 5/5. Thank you so much Katie pickle.

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11. ΔABC is similar to ΔPQR. Find the measure of ∠ A.

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12. 100% all correct thank you KATIE

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13. I only got 4/5 i must have misclicked *Sigh* follow me on roblox im happyslade1

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14. I like toast and you should too. If you do you are cool. If not you are still cool. We don't discriminate here.

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15. Toast Ghost XD

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16. Well... This chat was sort of pleasant to read.

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17. If two rectangles are similar, which of the following statements must be true?

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