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- rayman5766

The vertices of a trapezoid are shown below.
P(0, 0), Q(4, 0), R(4, 7), S(0, 14)
This trapezoid is dilated about the origin by a scale factor of 3. What is the location of point S'?
A.
(3, 42)
B.
(0, 17)
C.
(3, 17)
D.
(0, 42)

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- rayman5766

I said it could be c but I don't have any graph paper

- campbell_st

well the distance from P to S is how far...?

- rayman5766

p is 0 and s 14

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- campbell_st

so what distance is it...?

- rayman5766

oh wow I didn't put to much thought in to this now thinking about B

- campbell_st

when you find it, the distance is along the y- axis... so using the scaling factor of 3 and multiply the length by 3
then that will be the new location of s on the y-axis

- campbell_st

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- rayman5766

d

- rayman5766

well yes are noo

- campbell_st

well it seems the sensible answer

- rayman5766

I am taking that as a no well it can't be c or b because it can't go to 3,17 to 3,42

- campbell_st

it is the only sensible answer D

- campbell_st

and if you don't have graph paper download geogebra and then you have something you can use for these questions
https://www.geogebra.org/

- rayman5766

i am sorry i just been on this question for hours nd i cant think and i have 2more to get done with but thanks

- rayman5766

also sorry for wasting you time

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