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The image of (6, 9) under a dilation is (4, 6). The scale factor of the dilation is _____. 2 3/2 2/3

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  1. anonymous
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  2. NY,NY
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    the scale factor is how much the x and y values changed by. so if its 3, then 3 was multiplied to the first (x,y) to give you the second.

  3. NY,NY
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    you have three choices, you can test them out to see which one works.

  4. NY,NY
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    try the first one. multiply it by the x and y of the image. does it equal the dilation?

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    thanks

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