CheesecakeKitten
  • CheesecakeKitten
Stupid online math summer school crap my mom signed me up for. I really hate her sometimes. Triangle L'M'N' is the image of triangle LMN after the dilation. Which statement explains how to find the coordinates and the area of Triangle L'M'N'?
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CheesecakeKitten
  • CheesecakeKitten
Divide each of the vertices of triangle LMN by 3 to find the coordinates. To find the area of triangle L'M'N', compute the area of triangle LMN and multiply by 9. Divide each of the vertices of triangle LMN by 3 to find the coordinates. To find the area of triangle L'M'N', compute the area of triangle LMN and multiply by 3. Multiply each of the vertices of triangle LMN by 3 to find the coordinates. To find the area of triangle L'M'N', compute the area of triangle LMN and multiply by 9. Multiply each of the vertices of triangle LMN by 3 to find the coordinates. To find the area of triangle L'M'N', compute the area of triangle LMN and multiply by 3.
geerky42
  • geerky42
http://www.mathopenref.com/dilate.html
geerky42
  • geerky42
|dw:1433869983872:dw|Sorta like that. If you enlarge, you would multiply x-coordinate and y-coordinate by for example 3. So to find area, you have both x-coordinate and y-coordinate to consider into. |dw:1433870077033:dw| I am bad at explaining, but hope that clear up a little bit.

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CheesecakeKitten
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I'm even more lost know

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