anonymous
  • anonymous
Use scalar multiplication to determine the coordinates of the vertices of the dilated figure. Then, graph the pre-image and the image of the same coordinate grid. Quadrilateral WXYZ with vertex matrix (-1,2), (5,5), (5,3), (-2,-3) with scale factor 3. (I put the matrix in coordinate form so it is easier to read) any help is appreciated!
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myininaya
  • myininaya
Say you have an object and you know a vertice of the object call it (a,b) and you want to find the image of the object by dilating the object by a scale factor of k. Then the image of the object would have the vertice (ka,kb).
myininaya
  • myininaya
basically image point=(pre-image point)*scale factor
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ohh! I see now. I learned this, but it I wasn't ever tested with it asked like that. So it would be (x,y)*3 right? then plot those points of the image and pre-image and i have my answer! thanks!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
(x*3,y*3) is what i meant
myininaya
  • myininaya
yes
monkey*
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@AnyTipzWouldHelp, what was the answer?

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