Q: How to find the scale factor within two polygons?

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well.... first off you have to find the scale factor...

The linear scale factor is 100.

You need information about a pre-image AND and image to work out a scale factor.

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The linear scale factor is proportional to the cube root of the volumes.

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One factor that polygons have is the scale factor which is the ratio of the lengths of two corresponding sides of similar polygons. This would only pertain to two or more polygons of course. You could also look at a single polygon and find the GCF of the lengths of its sides. So for example if you have a 3,4,5 triangle, the GCF is 1. If you have a 6,8,10 triangle it is 2.

You divide a length of one polygon by the corresponding length in the other polygon. Any length will do, as long as you use the corresponding length in both.

well.... first off you have to find the scale factor...

A scale Factor is Algbrea so you have to... x - + and/or divided.

how do you find the scale factor of two circles

You find the scale factor on a triangle by dividing the short side by the long side.

The linear scale factor is 100.

how to do a scale factor of cylinder is that you find the base and the height and the length of A area hope you like my examples.

The two scale factors are reciprocals of one another.

A scale factor of 2 means everything is shown in half the size of the original.