Triangle

ABC with vertices A(-6, -8), B(0, 4), and C (-6, 10) is dilated so that A’ is

now (-15, -20). What was the

dilation, and where are B’ and C’?

ABC with vertices A(-6, -8), B(0, 4), and C (-6, 10) is dilated so that A’ is

now (-15, -20). What was the

dilation, and where are B’ and C’?

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