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9-6 Dilations You identified dilations and verified them as similarity transformations. Draw dilations. Draw dilations in the coordinate plane

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  • 9-6 Dilations You identified dilations and verified them as similarity transformations. Draw dilations. Draw dilations in the coordinate plane.
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  • Definitions A dilation or scaling is a similarity transformation that enlarges or reduces a figure proportionally with respect to a center point and a scale factor. Scale factor is the amount of enlargement or reduction needed to get one figure from the other when two figures are similar. This is the number you multiply the side lengths of one figure by to create a second similar figure. p. 674
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  • Scale Factor If the scale factor is greater than 1, the similar figure is an enlargement. If the scale factor is less than 1, it is a reduction.
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  • Scale Factors
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  • Draw a Dilation Copy trapezoid PQRS and point C. Then use a ruler to draw the image of trapezoid PQRS under a dilation with center C and scale factor 3. Since k > 1, the dilation is an enlargement of trapezoid PQRS. Locate P', Q', R', and S' so that Copy trapezoid PQRS and point C. Then use a ruler to draw the image of trapezoid PQRS under a dilation with center C and scale factor 3.
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  • Which diagram shows the dilation image of LMN with center C and ? A.B. C.D.
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  • PUPPETS To create the illusion of a life-sized image, puppeteers sometimes use a light source to show an enlarged image of a puppet projected on a screen or wall. Suppose that the distance between a light source L and the puppet is 24 inches (LP). To what distance PP' should you place the puppet from the screen to create a 49.5-inch tall shadow (I'M') from a 9-inch puppet? UnderstandThis problem involves a dilation. The center of the dilation is L, LP = 24 in., IM = 9 in., I'M' = 49.5 in. You are asked to find PP'. PlanFind the scale factor of the dilation from the preimage IM to the image I'M'. Use the scale factor to find LP and then use LP and LP' to find PP'.
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  • SolveThe scale factor k of the enlargement is the ratio of the length on the image to a corresponding length on the preimage. Scale factor of image image = I'M', preimage = IM Divide. Use this scale factor of 5.5 to find LP'. LP'=k(LP)Definition of dilation =5.5(24)k = 5.5 and LP = 24 =132Multiply. Use LP' and LP to find PP'. LP + PP'=LP' Segment Addition
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  • Use LP' and LP to find PP'. LP + PP'=LP' Segment Addition 24 + PP'=132LP = 24 and LP' = 132 PP'=108Subtract 24 from each side. Answer: So, the puppet should be placed so that the distance from it to the screen (PP') is 108 inches. CheckSince the dilation is an enlargement, the scale factor should be greater than 1. Since 5.5 > 1, the scale factor is reasonable.
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  • p. 676 Use this rule to find the image of a figure after a dilation centered at the origin (0,0).
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  • Trapezoid EFGH has vertices E(8, 4), F(4, 8), G(8, 4) and H(4, 8). Graph the image of EFGH after a dilation centered at the origin with a scale factor of Multiply the x- and y-coordinates of each vertex by the scale factor, Graph the preimage and image. Answer: E'(2, 1), F'(1, 2), G'(2, 1), H'(1, 2)
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  • Triangle ABC has vertices A(1, 1), B(2, 2), and C(1, 2). Find the image of ABC after a dilation centered at the origin with a scale factor of 2. Sketch the preimage and the image. A.B. C.D. none of the above
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