Question The vertices of ΔJKL are J(–3, –2), K(1, 4), and L(4, 2). Which coordinate pairs are vertices of D5(ΔJKL)? Select all that apply.

Answer: J’ = (-15, -10) K’ = (5, 20) L’ = (20, 10) Step-by-step explanation: Given the coordinates J(–3, –2), K(1, 4), and L(4, 2) D5(ΔJKL) means we need to dilate the coordinates by a constant of 5 To do that, we will multiply the coordinates by a value of 5 D5(ΔJKL) J’ = (5(–3), 5(–2)), J’ = (-15, -10) K’ = (5(1), 5(4)) K’ = (5, 20) L’ = (5(4), 5(2)) L’ = (20, 10) Log in to Reply

Answer:J’ = (-15, -10)K’ = (5, 20)L’ = (20, 10)Step-by-step explanation:Given the coordinates J(–3, –2), K(1, 4), and L(4, 2)

D5(ΔJKL) means we need to dilate the coordinates by a constant of 5

To do that, we will multiply the coordinates by a value of 5

D5(ΔJKL)

J’ = (5(–3), 5(–2)),

J’ = (-15, -10)K’ = (5(1), 5(4))

K’ = (5, 20)L’ = (5(4), 5(2))

L’ = (20, 10)