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  1. nuccioreggie
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    Two similar polygons are shown below: A coordinate grid is shown from positive 6 to negative 6 on the x-axis and from positive 6 to negative 6 on the y-axis. A polygon P prime Q prime R prime S prime is shown with vertex P prime on ordered pair 2, negative 4, vertex Q prime on ordered pair 6, negative 4, vertex R prime on ordered pair 4, negative 2 and vertex S prime on ordered pair 2, negative 2. A polygon PQRS is shown with vertex P on ordered pair 1, negative 2, vertex Q on ordered pair 3, negative 2, vertex R on ordered pair 2, negative 1 and vertex S on ordered pair 1, negative 1. Which transformation was performed on PQRS to form P'Q'R'S'? A dilation factor of 2 A dilation factor of 4 A dilation factor of 1 over 2 A dilation factor of 1 over 4

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    what do you think?

  4. nuccioreggie
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    A

  5. AlexandervonHumboldt2
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    you are correct!

  6. nuccioreggie
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    REALLY WELL CAN YOU EXPLAIN HOW IM CORRECT PLEASE?

  7. AlexandervonHumboldt2
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    well you see that each side of the new figure is twice the side of old figure thus the dilation factor is 2

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    Yes

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