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suppose you copy a figure on the copier using the givin size factor. Find the scale factor from the orignal figure to copy in desimal form. for 200%, 150% 75% 50% 125% and 25%

To convert a percentage to a decimal number, divide by 100.
For example,
155% = 155/100 = 1.55
You can convert the percentages to the scale factors the same way. 
Suppose you used the rule (3x+1,3y4)to transform answer this oustion

200
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