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I might as well make an account, since I need so much help! Sorry, I just need to figure this stuff out! 

LaughingFace  Apr 9, 2018
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umm there is not question its fuzzy

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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thats better

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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Is it two?

LaughingFace  Apr 9, 2018
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it could be

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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Is it though?

LaughingFace  Apr 9, 2018
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Draw the dilation with a scale factor of 1.5. Remember that to dilate something in the coordinate plane, multiply each coordinate by the scale factor.

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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What?

LaughingFace  Apr 9, 2018
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yeah try it on a calculator

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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To find the cale factor....we just need to compare the lengths of similar sides of Figure 2 and Figure 1

 

Look  at  the base  of Figure  2..its length   = 2

Look at the base of Figure 1.....its length  =  4

 

So....the scale factor  is

 

Length  of  base  of Figure 2           2              1

_______________________  =  _____  =   _____

Length  of base  of figure 1             4              2

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Apr 9, 2018
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i agree that you just need to compare the lengths of similar sides of Figure 2 and Figure 1

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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wink  cool    laugh

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018
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Thank you so much!

LaughingFace  Apr 9, 2018
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np bro

jakesplace  Apr 9, 2018

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