Can anyone please help me?!
def is a dilation image of abc. what is the scale factor?

- anonymous

Can anyone please help me?!
def is a dilation image of abc. what is the scale factor?

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- anonymous

And what is the graph?

- anonymous

um hold on let me try to get it on here.

- anonymous

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- jennyrlz

hello :)

- anonymous

hi can you please help me with this problem? ive been stuck on it for what seems like an hour?!

- jennyrlz

sure :)

- jennyrlz

these can be scary at first glance, espically when looking at it on a graph

- jennyrlz

to make it easier lets look at the points :)

- jennyrlz

the small one has points of, 2,2,4

- jennyrlz

do you see hwo i got these?

- jennyrlz

technically it has (-2,2), (2,2), and (-2,4)

- anonymous

yes I do :)

- jennyrlz

ok :)

- jennyrlz

so the bigger one has points of 4,4,8

- jennyrlz

now to go from
2->4
2->4
4->8
What do we have to scale by?

- anonymous

umm to be honest I don't know. all this stuff is confusing lol.

- jennyrlz

hint: in this scaling we multiply

- jennyrlz

2 times x =4
2 times x = 4
4 times x =8

- anonymous

so you would multiply by 2?

- jennyrlz

yup :)

- jennyrlz

in better words you would scale by 2 :)

- jennyrlz

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- anonymous

so now what do we do?

- jennyrlz

that was the answer :)

- jennyrlz

the scale factor is 2

- jennyrlz

since expanded it means we where multiplying by a whole number

- anonymous

oh okay! thank you sooo much for the help! :)

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- anonymous

okay lol and again thank you so much for the help! I really appreciate it! :)

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- jennyrlz

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