If you are given the points A (3,3), B (3,15), and C (5,3). What would be the new points for A’, B’, and C’ given a scale factor of 2?

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If you are given the points A (3,3), B (3,15), and C (5,3). What would be the new points for A’, B’, and C’ given a scale factor of 2?

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Ladonna 1 week 2021-07-22T04:31:06+00:00 1 Answers 1 views 0

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    2021-07-22T04:32:13+00:00

    Answer:

    A' = (6,6)

    B' = (6,30)

    C' = (10,6)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given

    A = (3,3)

    B = (3,15)

    C = (5,3)

    Scale\ Factor = 2

    Required

    Determine A’, B’ and C’

    The new coordinates can be calculated using:

    New = Old * Scale\ factor

    So:

    A' = A * 2

    A' = (3,3) * 2

    A' = (3 * 2,3 * 2)

    A' = (6,6)

    B' = B * 2

    B' = (3,15) * 2

    B' = (3* 2,15* 2)

    B' = (6,30)

    and

    C' = C * 2

    C' = (5,3) * 2

    C' = (5* 2,3* 2)

    C' = (10,6)

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