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See the attached image and use it to answer the following questions: 1. What is the scale factor used to dilate the figure? 2. What is the perimeter of the original figure? 3. What is the perimeter of the dilated figure? 4. How is the perimeter affected by the dilation? 5. What is the area of the original figure? 6. What is the area of the dilated figure? 7. How is the area affected by the dilation?

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@AriPotta sorry to bother you again.
Ok, so the scale factor

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proportions. i just want u to check
Please?
cb/cb' again?
you can use any side. but sure, cb
8/3 = 6/3?
brb
and it's 8/4, not 8/3
oh. and ok.
i can't count .
HAHAHAHAHAH
Or maybe it was a typo. IDK. HAHAHAAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA
Ok, so. found it!!!
THE SCALE FACTOR IS 2!!!!
ISNT IT?! WOW I FOUND IT! THATS SURPRISING!
Ok, let me write it down....
The perimeter is 28.
For the original.
omg. i think we've been doing it wrong the whole time. the scale factor is 1/2
what?
why? how?when?where?
who?
lol. it was a joke.
How did we make a mistake?
and yea, 29 is right
28*
Yes. Is the scale factor wrong?
the scale factor is 1/2 4/8
it has to be new over original
1/2.
i'm sorry :c
Oh.
Nope, its okay.
Uhm, 4/8.
Hmmm.
Okay.
So, I'll write '1/2'.
the perimeter should be 1/2 the original
so that answers 4
Oh,okay.
and 3 would be 28/2 which is 14
Thanks.
So, 3 is 28/2.14.ok.
mhmm
done.
can you answer the rest?
it is 1/2 times smaller than b4?
[for number 1?]
no
number one is 1/2
Oh. [you said perimeter is 1^x]
x^1
Oh.
Okay.
lets see.....
one second.
area is x^2
It is now 1/2 the size of the original?
[I'm on number 4 now]
yea, i already answered those lol
Oh. WHEN?WHERE?HOW?WHO? LOL. Guess I didn't see.
Srry. Could u retype?
N ill leave u alone. Isn't that the best offer ever? lol
1. 1/2 2. 28 3. 14 4. 1/2 the original
we just gotta do the rest now
tnx u. :)
ok,done.
so, 5. the area lw.
8 x 6
?
...yes
54.
o. i can't count. darn.
it's 48 lol
right. thanks ! i only have the 3's times tables memorized. lol
remember x^2 for area. so 1/2^2
Okay. *REMEMBERS*
Yes, I memorized the 1^x, 2^x,, and 3^x.
x^1, x^2, and x^3
why do i do it backwards???? dang. forgive me.
x being the scale factor, yes?
okie.
yes
tnx u
1/2^2 = ?
so the dilated figure;s area.
uhm.... .25
yea, or 1/4. so the new area should be 1/4 the original. 48/4 = ?
12.
there we go. we're done now
yay! I've 2 more qs tho
:l
wait. 7 is 12?
Ok, if u want, ill attempt them myself.
go. be free!
6. 12 7. 1/4 the original
see, i've already answered them in the process of answering hte others
thanks .
the*
like i said. go. be free!
[like on ice age 2 hahahhahah]
TNX U FOR THE BILLIONTH TIME.
lol i've never seen it and no problem
ITS PRETTY FUNNY.
:DDDDDD
THX U.

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