 Dilations and Similar Figures
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• Question 1
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Report an issue Q. To find the height of a very tall pine tree, you place a mirror on the ground and stand where you can see the top of the pine tree.  How tall is the tree?
144 feet
72 feet
36 feet
• Question 2
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Report an issue Q. Which side length corresponds with EF?
ML
LM
OL
EH
• Question 3
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Report an issue Q. Find the height of the tree.
8 ft
12 ft
13 ft
15 ft
• Question 4
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Q. The point (8, 12) was dilated to become point (2, 3). What was the scale factor?
½
¼
4
2
• Question 5
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Q. A dilation always produces a similar figure. Similar figures have the same ______ but different ______.
measure; shapes
sizes; shapes
value; measures
shape; sizes
• Question 6
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Report an issue Q.

Determine the correct algebraic representation of the similar figures

(x, y) -> (.5x, .5y)

(x, y) -> (2x, 2y)

(x, y) -> (x + 2, y + 2)

(x, y) -> (x - .5, y - .5)

• Question 7
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Q.

Triangle ABC is dilated to produce triangle A'B'C' with scale factor 3/4 . Which describes the relationship between the two triangles?

Triangle A'B'C' is an enlargement of triangle ABC

Triangle A'B'C' is a reduction of triangle ABC

Triangle A'B'C' is a mirror image of triangle ABC

• Question 8
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Q.

Which must be true of a scale factor of a dilation if the image is smaller that the pre-image?