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# Area and Perimeter of Similar Polygons

## Ratio of the areas is the square of the scale factor while the ratio of perimeters is the scale factor.

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## Area and Perimeter of Similar Polygons

This concept teaches students to find area and perimeter of similar polygons using ratios.
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## Area and Perimeter of Similar Polygons Principles

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## Area and Perimeter of Similar Polygons Discussion Questions

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