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SEE ATTACHMENT. Using the graph shown, answer this question: What is the scale factor used to dilate the figure?

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ARI AND KITT LET ME POST THE QUESTION
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Using the graph shown, answer this question: What is the scale factor used to dilate the figure?
count the length of the sides for each rectangle
Okay. Let me count.
just one side?
yea, just make sure they're corresponding. like, the long side of the big one and long side of the small one
Okay.
let ari take over, I got nothing lol.
Will it be by 2's or ones?
it's by 1's
Okie, Kitt. I like ur picture too
always assume by 1's if it's not labeled
Okie, Ari
Can it be CB an CB'?
(' Means the dilation or second version of a figure.)
yea count them. then put cb/cb' and figure out the scale factor
Ok.
\[\frac{ CB }{ CB' } = \frac{ 9 }{ 2 }\]
?
So is the scale factor 4.5?
(I divided 9/2)
9/3
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Okiee.
which would give us scale factor of 3
Ohhh. Okay. So answer = 3?
wait no. put cb'/cb which would be 1/3
1/3 is your answer, sorry
OH. OK. WHY WAS THE FIRST ONE WRONG?
because if we said the scale factor was 3, then cb' would be 3x the size of cb. but it's not. it's 1/3 the size.
Oh. Okay. Thanks!
[since its smaller it can't b 3 times the size right?]
TNX U
lol yes
:)
no problemo

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