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It may delete a post erroneously. We ban all bots. Is it possible for the transformation to be both a horizontal and vertical shrink, or have I made an error? Well, say what you will, but I did not mistype. I might add however, this is from an honors pre-cal class. But by the same meaning if I multiply x by one half the same function, written slightly differently then 1,1 is now 1,.

Here they are the same thing, written in nearly the same way depending on whether you place x in the numerator or denominator , so I would classify them as virtually the same thing in this instance.

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A third square s3 is inscribed in s2, so that the vertices of s3 lie at the midpoints of s2. The process is continued indefinitely. And then there are follow up questions that ask for: Determine the exact length of a side of s3. Determine the exact value of the perimeter of s4. I just need to know.. What is the common ratio

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