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Copy the diagram at right on your own graph paper. Then enlarge or reduce it by each of the following ratios.

If we use each ratio as new/original, then the example below shows the lengths of a new diagram that would have sides that are five times as long as the original.

Same enclosed figure with the following ratios given on the edges, starting on the top left: 15 to 3, 15 to 3, 15 to 3, 15 to 3, 30 to 6, 30 to 6.


    If you choose to use a ratio of new/original, you will need to enlarge the figure. Use the example.
    Can you draw your own diagram?

An enclosed figure, starting at the top left corner, right 3, down 3, right 3, down 3, left 6, up 6 to enclose the figure.