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## HURRY PLS When you have two shapes to compare on a coordinate plane, you can determine the scale factor, knowing that the

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HURRY PLS

When you have two shapes to compare on a coordinate

plane, you can determine the scale factor, knowing that

the transformation was a dilation. Generate instructions

you would give another student to determine the scale

factor.

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2021-08-27T04:16:44+00:00
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Answer:First you have to find the ordered pairs for the shapes. Then figure out how much the pre-image was multiplied by. The number it was multiplied by is your scale value.

Step-by-step explanation:I took the assessment and got it right. 🙂

Locate two corresponding ordered pairs of the two shapes. Calculate how much the pre-image values were multiplied by to obtain the image values. This is your scale factor. You can calculate this by dividing the coordinates of the mage by the corresponding coordinates of the pre-image.