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26 August, 04:44

An original square has side lengths of 6. A scaled copy has side lengths of 5. What is the scale factor used to create the scaled copy?

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  1. 26 August, 05:10

    Step-by-step explanation:


    Original length of square is 6

    Also scaled copy has side length of 5

    So using unitary method to find the correct scaling

    6 unit of square is equivalent to 5 units of scaled copy

    Thus 1 unit of copy is equivalent to 1.2 units of square length

    So in final answer we need to multiply by a factor of 1.2 to get the original square length dimensions.
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