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anonymous
 one year ago
Polygon PQRST shown below is dilated with a scale factor of 3, keeping the origin as the center of dilation:
Two polygons are drawn on a coordinate grid. Polygon PQRST has vertices at P 0 and negative 3, Q 3 and negative 2, R 3 and 1, S 0 and 2, T negative 2 and 0. Polygon P prime Q prime R prime S prime T prime has vertices at P prime 0 and negative 9, Q prime 9 and negative 6, R prime 9 and 3, S prime 0 and 6, and T prime negative 6 and 0.
anonymous
 one year ago
Polygon PQRST shown below is dilated with a scale factor of 3, keeping the origin as the center of dilation: Two polygons are drawn on a coordinate grid. Polygon PQRST has vertices at P 0 and negative 3, Q 3 and negative 2, R 3 and 1, S 0 and 2, T negative 2 and 0. Polygon P prime Q prime R prime S prime T prime has vertices at P prime 0 and negative 9, Q prime 9 and negative 6, R prime 9 and 3, S prime 0 and 6, and T prime negative 6 and 0.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Which statement about polygon PQRST and its image after dilation, polygon P'Q'R'S'T', is correct? The lengths of side RQ and side R'Q' are in the ratio 1:3. The length of diagonal RT is equal to the length of diagonal R'T'. The measures of angle S and angle S' are in the ratio 1:3. The length of side PQ is equal to the length of side P'Q'.
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