anonymous
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Triangle OPQ is shown below with line RS passing through points R and S. Triangle OPQ is shown with point R lying on side OP and point S lying on side OQ Line RS is perpendicular to side OQ. If triangle OPQ is dilated by a scale factor of two about the center of the triangle to create triangle O'P'Q', what can you conclude about segments RS and R'S'? Segment O'Q' is perpendicular to segment R'S'. Line RS is parallel to line R'S'. Line RS is perpendicular to line R'S'. Point P' passes through line RS.
Mathematics
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