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Jazlyn Malate
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Can someone help me with questions 3 and 7. I need to atleast see one question from each section so I can do the others. My teacher was absent and the substitute just gave us notes. The notes didnt even help

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In both cases the larger triangle has lengths equal to twice the corresponding lengths of the smaller triangle. So the ratio of the length of the larger triangle to the corresponding length of the smaller triangle is 2:1.