Given:

The given vertices are

J(-6,8),K(6,6),L(-2,4),D(-12,16),G(12,12),H(-4,8)

foass77W
2021-02-13
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Draw a graph for the original figure and its dilated image. Check whether the dilation is a similarity transformation or not.

Given:

The given vertices are

J(-6,8),K(6,6),L(-2,4),D(-12,16),G(12,12),H(-4,8)

Given:

The given vertices are

J(-6,8),K(6,6),L(-2,4),D(-12,16),G(12,12),H(-4,8)

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pattererX

Answered 2021-02-14
Author has **95** answers

Calculation:

The graph for the given points J(-6,8),K(6,6),L(-2,4),D(-12,16),G(12,12),H(-4,8) is given below.

Find the distance(using distance formula)of corresponding sides and find the ratio.

From the above result, the lenght of the sides are proportional and the angles between them are congruent.

By the use of SSS similarity,

Hence the dilation is a similarity transformation.

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