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Topic: who can explain me how to solve this???
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steven 5

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who can explain me how to solve this???
Posted: Nov 2, 2009 8:06 AM
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a regular hexagon a has the midpoints of its edges joined to form a smaller hexagon b, and this process is repeated by joinding the midponts of the edges of b to get a third hexagon c. what is the ratio of the area of c to area a?

ans. 9/11

how come???...
kindly explain..
thnx...



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