# Karim

Karim uses a photocopier to enlarge the triangle PQR diagram by 150%.

a) Write the ratio of the length of P' Q' to the length of PQ.

b) Is the ratio of the length P 'R' to the length PR equal to the ratio of the length P 'Q' to the length PQ?

c) Use your knowledge of ratios and percentages to explain the meaning of 'enlarging the PQR diagram by 150%'.

a) Write the ratio of the length of P' Q' to the length of PQ.

b) Is the ratio of the length P 'R' to the length PR equal to the ratio of the length P 'Q' to the length PQ?

c) Use your knowledge of ratios and percentages to explain the meaning of 'enlarging the PQR diagram by 150%'.

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