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Aizhalee

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Medal and Fan will be given ! Help Please! What two transformations are needed to show that the two circles are similar ?

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  1. aizhalee
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    @ganeshie8 @Skielerlucas04 @welshfella

  3. anonymous
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    translation is one because you need to move the smaller circle in the center of the bigger one

  4. aizhalee
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    Thanks :D

  5. anonymous
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    hold on there is one more

  6. aizhalee
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    Hmm is there any other way we can find the second one tho ?

  7. anonymous
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    im trying hold on

  8. aizhalee
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    Take your time :)

  9. anonymous
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    dilation because dilation makes the image bigger and that will tell you if they are the same size

  10. aizhalee
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    Thank you so much ^___^ Lifesaver . God bless you

  11. anonymous
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    lol no problem...glad to help

  12. aizhalee
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    :3 glad to have you as my helper

  13. anonymous
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    :P

  14. aizhalee
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    My teacher told me she needed to know what transformation is going to make its scale factor something like that . @Skielerlucas04

  15. anonymous
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    wait what?

  16. anonymous
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    @Aizhalee

  17. aizhalee
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    lol its ok

  18. anonymous
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    were the answers right?

  19. aizhalee
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    Yes she is saying how far to translate it, how do I translate, when dialting what would be the K and radii etc . Using the graph up above @Skielerlucas04

  20. aizhalee
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    shes pretty much saying prove it using the graph above , circle a and circle B @Skielerlucas04

  21. anonymous
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    so i have to do the translations now?

  22. aizhalee
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    yes , using circle a and circle B

  23. aizhalee
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    using the formula K and radii

  24. aizhalee
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    @Skielerlucas04

  25. anonymous
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    translate circle b (x=-2)(y=-3)

  26. aizhalee
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    I see , so I have to do the same for circle a or so thats all I have to say Lucas ?

  27. anonymous
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    nooo

  28. anonymous
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    you dont do any translations to circle A

  29. aizhalee
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    Ok thank you see , so whats next please

  30. aizhalee
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    you're still here lol ;o

  31. anonymous
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    ya

  32. anonymous
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    @welshfella i dont know how to dilate the circle to be the same size as the other one, can u help?

  33. aizhalee
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    @welshfella help please, and its fine lucas thank you so much for everything

  34. anonymous
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    i know you need to dilate it but idk how

  35. aizhalee
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    me niether .

  36. anonymous
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    sorry

  37. aizhalee
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    its ok , I'll let her know I dont understand

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