# What is the similarity ratio of the smaller to the larger prisms? Enter your answer as a:b

6:9>2:3

Step-by-step explanation:

In order to do this, you just have to equalize the ratio you just need to search for the same sides, so the 6 side is similar with the 9 side on the larger, and then the 8 to the 12 and the 4 to the 6, so you just equalize any of those equal we will use the 8 and 12:

8:12

Now we just reduce it with the same:

4:6

2:3

So the ratio would be 2:3.

Answer: The similarity ratio, I believe, is 2:3.

Because the lengths are 6 and 9 (2:3), the widths are 8 and 12 (2:3), and the heights are 6 and 4 (2:3).

## Related Questions

What are the cordinates of the image of the point (11,1)after a translation 10 units down followed by a reflection over the y-axis

(-11,-9)

Step-by-step explanation:

translate 10 units down: y value: 1-10=-9

reflect over y-axis: x-value becomes opposite: 11 becomes -11

Are ray AB and ray BA same? why

A length of a ray cannot be measured therefore it's refferd to as infinite. same

A hot air balloon holds 74,000 cubic meters of helium, a very noble gas with the density of 0.1785 kilograms per cubic meter. How many kilograms of helium does the balloon contain?

P=m/V
Where p is density,m is mass,v is volume
m=PV
m=74000×0.1785
m=13209kg

4(2x + 4) = 10x + 13 - 2x + 3.
Solve for x

x is any Real number

Step-by-step explanation:

We first apply distributive property on the left to get rid of the grouping symbol, and then combining the like terms (linear terms on one side and numerical terms on the other side of the equation):

This equation results on a TRUE equality Zero = Zero, which means that any value we use for "x" in the original expression will always render an equality.

Therefore x is any Real number.

Two cars are traveling at 40 and 50 miles per hour, respectively. If the second cars out 5 miles behind the first car. How long will it take the second car to overtake the first car.

Hello There,

distance = rate x time
5 + 40x = 50x
5 = 10x
x = 1/2 hr

Hope this helps

Write an equation in point-slope form, if m= 3 and passes through (4, 5).

y - 5 = 3(x - 4)

General Formulas and Concepts:

Algebra I

Point-Slope Form: y - y₁ = m(x - x₁)

• x₁ - x coordinate
• y₁ - y coordinate
• m - slope

Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1: Define

Slope m = 3

Point (4, 5)

Step 2: Write equation

Point-Slope Form:   y - 5 = 3(x - 4)