Being A B C D ~ THE'B'Ç'D', We have to:
The perimeters of these polygons can be represented as follows:
Perimeter of ABCDE (2P) = AB + BC + CD + IN + AND THEPerimeter of THE'B'Ç'D'E' (2P') = THE'B' + B'Ç' + Ç'D' + D'AND' + AND'THE'
By a property of proportions, we can say that:
The sides of a triangle measure 3.6 cm, 6.4 cm and 8 cm. This triangle is similar to another whose perimeter measures 45 cm. Calculate the sides of the second triangle.
Solution:Similarity ratio =
Therefore, the sides of the second triangle are 9cm, 16cm and 20cm.