# TRANSFORMATION DILATIONS

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- Q1Dilate the figure by a scale factor of 3 with the origin as the center of dilation. What are the coordinates of the image? A(3,3) B(6,6) C(9,3)A'(0,0) B'(3,3) C'(6,0)A'(1,1) B'(2,2) C'(3,1)A'(9,9) B'(18,18) C'(27,9)A'(1,1) B'(2,2) C'(3,1)30s
- Q2Choose the correct scale factor:324530s
- Q3The point (8, 12) was dilated to become point (2, 3). What was the scale factor?½¼2430s
- Q4Dilate Point B by a scale factor of 1/2(-2,-2)(1.5,-4)(-1.5,1)(-1,-1.5)30s
- Q5How do you write the algebraic notation when the scale factor is 3?(x, y) goes to (x + 3, y + 3)(x, y) goes to (1/3x, 1/3y)(x, y) goes to (-3x, -3y)(x, y) goes to (3x, 3y)30s
- Q6Does the image show a Dilation? If yes, did the image enlarge, reduce or none of the above?Yes, reduceNoYes, enlarge30s
- Q7What scale factor was used to produce the image?567430s
- Q8State the coordinate of the image of the given point B (-10,-6) under a dilation with center at the origin with the given scale factor k = 1/2.(-5,-3)(5,3)(20,12)(-20,-12)30s
- Q9The red triangle has been dilated by a scale factor of 1/4 about the origin, which triangle is it's new image?none of theseblack trianglegreen trianglered triangle30s
- Q10Find missing side71432830s