Which statement must be true? O A figure and its dilation must be similar. O The dilation of a figure must be larger than the fgure. O A figure and its dilation will be congruent. O The ratio of corresponding sides of the dilation to the original will always be greater than 1.
A ( 4,2)
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Reflection; Translation; Dilation; Similar
Figure 1 is reflected because it is the same thing, just flipped, like a mirror.
Figure 2 is translated because it is the same exact shape, just moved
Figure 3 is dilated because it is the same thing, but shrunken down
Figure 1 is similar because it is not the same exact thing, but just a similar shape of it.
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The answer is (C)
Figure A was dilated by a scale factor of 2, with point N as a center of dilation, and then rotated about 90° counterclockwise about N to form figure B
∵ Figure B larger than figure A
∴ The scale factor > 1
∵ Figure A is in the first quadrant and figure B is in the second
quadrant and the horizontal side in A become vertical side in B
∴ Figure A rotated 90° anticlockwise
∴ The answer is C
You want to find each coordinate of each part of the arrow, so let's do the arrow's point,
It looks like the coordinates for each of those points (1,-3) for Figure S, and (2,-6) for Figure T.
As you may know, coordinates are (x,y), you can see that Figure S' x coordinate is 1, and Figure T's x is 2.
1 times "2" is 2!
Same for the y on each, -3, and -6,
-3 times "2" is -6!
So therefore, this figure is dilated by two. Your answer is A!
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