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Rectangle ABCD is shown below with a line EF drawn through its center. If the rectangle is dilated using a scale factor of 2 and a line is drawn through the center of the new dilated figure, what relationship will that line have with line EF in the d
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tkhunny
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Linear Dilation of 2 results in a factor of 2 for all linear elements. Linear Dilation of 2 results in a factor of 2^2 = 4 for all area elements. Linear Dilation of 2 results in a factor of 2^3 = 8 for all volume elements.
max1409
  • max1409
@tkhunny how would i write that in complete sentences

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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Won't DF still be the line through the middle? (0,0) doesn't move, does it?
max1409
  • max1409
@tkhunny where did you get df from?
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Typo. EF. Is your entire problem statement in the first post? Seems like it ends rather abruptly.
max1409
  • max1409
The image below shows two dilated figures with lines UV and WX drawn. If the larger figure was dilated using a scale factor of 4, what relationship do lines UV and WX have?
max1409
  • max1409
@tkhunny this is the question i copy and pasted the wrong one lol The image below shows two dilated figures with lines UV and WX drawn. If the larger figure was dilated using a scale factor of 4, what relationship do lines UV and WX have?
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Have to see the figures. If UV and WX are corresponding linear parts of the two figures, then we have an obvious factor of 4.
max1409
  • max1409
k so what does what mean? @tkhunny
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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Mostly, it means I have to see the figures.

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