Lesson 36 Warm Up - Dilations (Lesson 35)

Quiz by Marc Coffie

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- Q1
What is the first step in finding the equation of a dilated line?

Plug the coordinates of the center of dilation into the given line equation.

Find the slope of a line parallel to the given line equation.

Find the slope of a line perpendicular to the given line equation.

Rewrite the given line equation in slope intercept (

*y*=*mx*+*b*) form.60s - Q260s
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- Q5
From #9 on the Homework:

Triangle

*ABC*and point*D*(-2,2) are graphed on the set of axes below. Graph and label △*A'**B*'*C*', the image of △*ABC*, aftera dilation of scale factor 2 centered at point*D*.Which of the following is the correct coordinates of one of the vertices of △

*A'**B*'*C*'?*A*' (1, 1)*C*' (3, -4)*D*' (-6, -1)*B*' (6, 8)60s