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    Theorems about Similar Polygons?

    Theorems about Similar Polygons?

    I so need help with this and couple of others, PLEASE HELP ME!
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    Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a mixed number.

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    If BC = 10, BX = 6, XY = 4, then CD =
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    Re: Theorems about Similar Polygons?

    Quote Originally Posted by zokura View Post
    Theorems about Similar Polygons?

    I so need help with this and couple of others, PLEASE HELP ME!
    Explain this to me

    Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a mixed number.

    here's the image link
    ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting

    If BC = 10, BX = 6, XY = 4, then CD =
    \frac{BC}{BX}=\frac{CD}{XY}

    \frac{10}{6}=\frac{CD}{4}

    So, CD=?
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    Re: Theorems about Similar Polygons?

    Thank you so much I want post more questions. my teacher can't explain for nothing.
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