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suppose you copy a figure on a copier using the given size factor. find the scale factor from the original figure to the copy in decimal form. a)200%, b)50%, c)150%, d)125%, e)75%, f)25%

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For each, move the decimal point two spaces to the left (from the right end of the number) and remove the % sign.

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2in to 4in

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