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Consider line segment AB whose endpoints are (1, 4) and (4, 8). If this segment is dilated by a scale factor of 3 centered at the origin, find the length of the new segment, A’B’. 3 5 9 15

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  1. anonymous
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    B

  2. anonymous
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    would you like me to explain

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    nope i would like you to answer another question though

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    sure

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    Under a dilation, triangle XYZ where X(1, 3), Y(-2, -4), and Z(5, -2.5) becomes triangle X’Y’Z’ where X’(2.5, 7.5), Y’(-5, -10), and Z’(12.5, -6.25). What is the scale factor for this dilation? 2/5 -2/5 2.5 -2.5

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    C

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    want me to explain

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    @aszarek8999

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    no

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    The length of a rectangle is 48 in and is dilated to 12 in. What is the scale factor? 1/4 -4 4 -1/4

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    a

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    Find the measure of the dilated image of segment CD, 5 units long, with a scale factor of 4. 5/4 1 4/5 20

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    D

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    Define enlargement and reduction. A dilation is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is greater than 0. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is less than 0. A dilation is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is greater than 1. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is between 0 and 1. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is greater than 0. A reduction is a type of dilation where the value of the scale factor is less than 0. An enlargement is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is greater than 1. A reduction is a type of dilation where the absolute value of the scale factor is between 0 and 1.

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    @_greatmath7

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    what is the question

  19. anonymous
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    pick one of the four options as a proper definition for enlargement and reduction

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