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The smaller of two similar rectangles has dimensions 4 and 6. Find the dimensions of the larger rectangle if the ratio of the perimeters is 2 to 3.

shorter side x = , longer side y = .

The perimeters of two similar polygons are 20 and 28. One side of the smaller polygon is 4. Find the corresponding side of the larger polygon.

corresponding side x =

One pair of corresponding sides of two similar polygons measures 12 and 15. The perimeter of the smaller polygon is 30. Find the perimeter of the larger.

perimeter x =

The sides of a polygon are 3, 5, 6, 8, and 10. The perimeter of a similar polygon is 40. Find the sides of the second polygon (from smallest to largest). Put answers in decimal form (hundredths).

, , , , .

A rectangular picture has dimensions 2½ by 1½. It is to be enlarged so that it is still similar to the original rectangle. If the longer dimension is now 10, what is the perimeter of the enlarged rectangle?

Perimeter of enlarged rectangle:

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

If BC = 10, BX = 6, XY = 4, then CD =

Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If ZY = 5, XC = 3, DC = 4, then XY =

Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BX = 8, BZ = 3, DC = 5, then XC =

Given: rectangle ABCD >is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BZ = 3, BA = 8, BC = 12, then BX =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BY = 4, YC = 7, XC = 10, then AC =

Given: ABC is similar to XYC.

If BY = 6, YC = 10, AX = 18, then XC =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as a decimal.

If BY = 5, BC = 20, AC = 18, then XC =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as an improper fraction.

If YC = 4, BC = 6, XY = 5, then AB =

shorter side x = , longer side y = .

The perimeters of two similar polygons are 20 and 28. One side of the smaller polygon is 4. Find the corresponding side of the larger polygon.

corresponding side x =

One pair of corresponding sides of two similar polygons measures 12 and 15. The perimeter of the smaller polygon is 30. Find the perimeter of the larger.

perimeter x =

The sides of a polygon are 3, 5, 6, 8, and 10. The perimeter of a similar polygon is 40. Find the sides of the second polygon (from smallest to largest). Put answers in decimal form (hundredths).

, , , , .

A rectangular picture has dimensions 2½ by 1½. It is to be enlarged so that it is still similar to the original rectangle. If the longer dimension is now 10, what is the perimeter of the enlarged rectangle?

Perimeter of enlarged rectangle:

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

If BC = 10, BX = 6, XY = 4, then CD =

Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If ZY = 5, XC = 3, DC = 4, then XY =

Given: rectangle ABCD is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BX = 8, BZ = 3, DC = 5, then XC =

Given: rectangle ABCD >is similar to rectangle ZBXY. Enter answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BZ = 3, BA = 8, BC = 12, then BX =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as a simplified, improper fraction.

If BY = 4, YC = 7, XC = 10, then AC =

Given: ABC is similar to XYC.

If BY = 6, YC = 10, AX = 18, then XC =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as a decimal.

If BY = 5, BC = 20, AC = 18, then XC =

Given: ABC is similar to XXXXX answer as an improper fraction.

If YC = 4, BC = 6, XY = 5, then AB =

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