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Creating a geometrical design of triangles where the triangles remain the same shape but repeatedly become smaller in the design illustrates what type of transformation?

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    transformation reflection rotation dilation

  2. anonymous
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    huh?

  3. anonymous
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    which option? Those were the options it gave me.

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    transformation

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    in a way, it could be dilation if you are looking at it from inward out

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    that type of behavior could be a type of transformation though

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