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Um hi, can someone help with this question? I need pass this quiz really bad. Thank you for taking the time to read this <3

 Mar 7, 2018
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Hello, my name is Jax, and you are about to get the help of your life. I am a math expert. Do 3.14 or pi times R^2 this will give you the answer you need to pass the quiz, @VixenGrace. 

 Mar 7, 2018
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But sir/ma'am, how exactly are they similar despite being different sizes?

Guest Mar 7, 2018
edited by Guest  Mar 7, 2018
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You are confusing similar with congruent.    (Congruent basically means 'the same')

 

Thes two shapes are similar because if you take the little one and dilate it (b**w it up) about its centre then you will get bigger circles.

If you dilate it with a factor of   s/r   then the radius will be s  and it will be congruent to the big circle. 

 

This is not a very technical answer but you are at an elementary level.  

 

Similar objects have the same basic shape but they can be bigger or smaller than each other. 

The angles will all be the same size and the sides will be in the same ratio.

 Mar 8, 2018

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