The perimeter to area ratio.
Let the perimeter of the triangle MNO be x.Since the perimeters of similar polygons have the same ratio as any two corresponding sides, we have13/26 = 44/x (cross multiply)13x =1,144 (divide both sides by 13)x = 88Or since 13/26 = 1/2, the perimeter of the triangle MNO is twice the perimeter of the triangle HIJ, which is 88.
The perimeter of the larger polygon will have the same ratio to the perimeter of the smaller as the ratio of the corresponding sides. Therefore, the larger polygon will have a perimeter of 30(15/12) = 37.5, or 38 to the justified number of significant digits stated.
IF triangles 'A' and 'B' are similar (they both have the same angles),then the perimeter of 'B' is 8 times the perimeter of 'A'.If they're not similar, then the ratio of areas doesn't tell you the ratioof perimeters.
I need to know more about the triangle, such as one or 2 of the angles, whether it is isosceles or equilateral, or whether the lengths share a certain ratio. For example, a triangle of sides 8,8 and 5 (perimeter of 21) will surely have a different area as compared to a triangle of sides 7,7 and 7 (perimeter of 21 as well)
The answer depends on whether you are referring to the perimeter or area, and also which characteristics are comparable: the sides of (an equilateral) triangle, its height and the radius or diameter of the circle.
65, 78 and 91 units.
Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified. Length of a side of an equilateral triangle : Perimeter = 1 : 3 For example, if the length of the sides of an equilateral triangle were 5cm each, then perimeter would be three times that much - 15cm. 5 : 15 is the same as 1 : 3 when simplified.
The answer depends on what ratio of the triangle you are interested in.
Here's how to do that: 1). Find its length. 2). Find its perimeter. 3). Divide (its length) by (its perimeter). The quotient is the ratio of its length to its perimeter.
the answer is 2 and 5
The ratios of areas are the squares of the ratio of lengths (and the ratio of volumes are cubes of the ratio of lengths). As the perimeter of the second is twice the perimeter of the first, each length of the second is twice the length of the first, and so the ratio of the lengths is 1:2 Thus the ratio of the areas is 1²:2² = 1:4. Therefore the surface area of the larger prism is four times that of the smaller prism.