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With each side being 3, the area will be 3 squared or 9.

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Regular pentagon QRSTU has a side length of 12 cm and an area of about 248 square cm. Regular pentagon VWXYZ has a perimeter of 140 cm. Find the area of VWXYZ. Round to the nearest tenth.


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Pent 1 side =12 cm
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The figure are similar, corresponding sides are proprtional
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Scale factor
Use the given area to find the proportionality factor then use it the ratio of length to find the missing distance between the parallel sides.
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Ratio of lengths =k=6/5
Distance between parallel sides of new patio/Distance between parallel sides of old patio=6/5
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A new patio will be an irregular hexagon. The patio will have two long parallel sides and an area of 360 square feet. The area of a geometrically similar patio is 250 square feet, and its long parallel...


The figure are similar, corresponding sides are proprtional
L1/L'1=L2/L'2= ... =k , the scale factor for lengths.
However, if scale factor for lengths is k, the ratio of area is k^2 find
Scale factor
Use the given area to find the proportionality factor then use it the ratio of length to find the missing distance between the parallel sides.
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Ratio of lengths =k=6/5
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this is a math problem?

the area of the old square was 100, the new one is 225

say the old squares side was X, so the area was X^2

the new square has area 2.25 X^2

take the square root to find the side of the new square: 1.5 X

so we know that the side of the old square plus 5cm is the side of the new square. so X + 5 = 1.5 X
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