Isosceles trapezoid ABCD is shown below with a line EF drawn through its center. If the isosceles trapezoid is dilated using a scale factor of one half and a line is drawn through the center of the new dilated figure, what relationship will that line have with line EF in the drawing below?
Isosceles trapezoid ABCD is shown. A is at negative 2, negative 1. B is at negative 1, 1. C is at 1, 1. D is at 2, negative 1. Point E lies on side AB and point F lies on side CD. Line EF runs horizontally through the center.
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@Godlovesme yesss :/
@Godlovesme does a transversal move or change points hen it dilates?
@drew.men its not a multiple choice answer but thanks for the effort lol ligit no one is helping
what module? sorry i forgot :/
4.08 exam part 2 @Godlovesme
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i would say the the line EF will be overlapping lines. The center line will not change after the dilation
^^ thats what i put for mine but im not sure if it was the same question so give me one sec :)
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sorry idk this one @dieg :(
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