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What is the ratio of the blue shaded area to the orange shaded area in the following image?

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What is the ratio of the blue shaded area to the orange shaded area in the following image?
What is the ratio of the blue shaded area to the orange shaded area

posted Jun 18 by anonymous

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Equal. If you extend all the lines, dividing the full figure into equal triangles and count triangles of the same size you will have 10 blue and 10 orange triangles.

answer Jun 18 by Hanifa Mammadov



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