Lesson 6-5 Similarity Transformations: Dilations
 Scale factors between 0 and 1Scale factors greater than 1 Scale factors between 0 and 1Scale factors greater than 1 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMNWhat are the coordinatesfor point L?(    ,    )KLMN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMNWhat are the coordinatesfor point M?(    ,    )KLMN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMNWhat are the coordinatesfor point N?(    ,    )KLMN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMNWhat are the coordinatesfor point K?(    ,    )KLMN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMN***Multiply both coordinates by 3.***KLL (0, 2)MNL' (    ,    ) 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMN***Multiply both coordinates by 3.***KLM (3, 2) → M' (    ,    )L (0, 2) → L' (0, 6)MN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMN***Multiply both coordinates by 3.***KLN (3, -1) → N' (    ,    )M (3, 2) → M' (9, 6)L (0, 2) → L' (0, 6)MN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of 3to dilate trapezoid KLMN***Multiply both coordinates by 3.***KLN (3, -1) → N' (9, -3)K (-2, -1) → K' (    ,    )M (3, 2) → M' (9, 6)L (0, 2) → L' (0, 6)MN 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10N (3, -1) → N' (9, -3)K (-2, -1) → K' (-6, -3)M (3, 2) → M' (9, 6)L (0, 2) → L' (0, 6)K'GOOD JOB!KL'LNM'N' 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.What are the coordinatesfor point E?(    ,    )EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.What are the coordinatesfor point F?(    ,    )EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.What are the coordinatesfor point G?(    ,    )EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.What are the coordinatesfor point H?(    ,    )EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10***Divide both coordinates by 2.***Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.E (0, 0) → E' (    ,    )EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10***Divide both coordinates by 2.***Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.F (10, 0) → F' (    ,    )E (0, 0) → E' (0, 0)EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10***Divide both coordinates by 2.***Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.F (10, 0) → F' (5, 0)G (10, 6) → G' (    ,    )E (0, 0) → E' (0, 0)EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10***Divide both coordinates by 2.***Use a scale factor of ½to dilate figure EFGH.H (0, 6) → H' (    ,    )F (10, 0) → F' (5, 0)G (10, 6) → G' (5, 3)E (0, 0) → E' (0, 0)EHGF 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10GOOD JOB!H (0, 6) → H' (0, 3)F (10, 0) → F' (5, 0)G (10, 6) → G' (5, 3)E (0, 0) → E' (0, 0)H'EHE'F'G'GF 3 inDFE9 inD'F'Find the scale factor:(reduce)ORIGINALIMAGEE'= 2-24-46-62-24-46-68-810-10ORIGINALIMAGEFind the scale factor:(reduce)=TVV'T'R'S'RS Find the scale factor:Δ PSU is a dilation of Δ RST.8½162R8P8SUT
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