Question A triangle has vertices A(0, 0), B, (–2, 8), and C(1, 7). What are the coordinates of the triangle after a dilation with a scale factor of 4?

Answer: Basically multiply the x and y coordinates of each point by 1/2 For example, I’ll do C which is ( -2 , 10 ) -2 * 1/2 = -1 and 1/2 * 10 = 5 The new coordinate is ( -1 , 5 ) Now you can try the other points Reply

Answer: Step-by-step explanation: mutiply x and y component by 4 A(0 , 0) = (4*0 ,,4*0) A’ = (0 , 0) B(-2 , 8) = (-2*4 , 8*4) B’ = (-8 , 24) C(1 , 7) = (1*4 , 4*7) C’ = (4 , 28) Reply

Answer:Basically multiply the x and y coordinates of each point by 1/2

For example, I’ll do C which is ( -2 , 10 )

-2 * 1/2 = -1 and 1/2 * 10 = 5

The new coordinate is ( -1 , 5 )

Now you can try the other points

Answer:Step-by-step explanation:mutiply x and y component by 4

A(0 , 0) = (4*0 ,,4*0)

A’ = (0 , 0)

B(-2 , 8) = (-2*4 , 8*4)

B’ = (-8 , 24)

C(1 , 7) = (1*4 , 4*7)

C’ = (4 , 28)