Draw a rectangle. Label the lengths of the sides. Enlarge it so that the ratio of sides of your new rectangle to the original one is
Fitzwilliam was asked to draw two squares with the ratio of sides 2:5.
As you can see, each side of the original square is 1 unit, and each side of the new square is 2.5 units.
Can you find a way that Fitzwilliam may have enlarged his squares?
Do you think this will work for your rectangles?
Make sure your drawings are neat!