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Scale Factor And Dilations

7 Questions  I  By DMOODY
This is a short quiz over what you have learned over scale factor and dilations.   Although this is an online quiz, be sure to turn your shown work on a separate sheet of paper.  

  
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1.  The ratio of the dilated image to the original image is the __________________?
2.  Gwen had a painting that had a length of 5 feet and a width of 3.5 feet. If a reproduced copy of that painting had a scale factor of 3.5,what are the new dimensions ?
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3.  Under a dilation, triangle A(-1,1), B(-4,3), C(-3,4) becomes triangle M(-3/4,3/4), N(-3, 2 1/4), Q(-2 1/4,3). What is the scale factor for this dilation?
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4.  If the scale factor is between 0 and 1, the image is a(n)___________________.
5.  A figure dilated by a scale factor of .75 would be considered an enlargement. 
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6.  If a quadrilateral was reduced to 66 2/3%. What was the scale factor?
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7.  If the rectangle  is dilated with a scale factor of 2.75. What are the coordinates of point C?
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