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suppose you use the rule (3x+1,3y-4) to transform the original figure into a new figure. How would the side lengths of the new figure compare to the side lengths of the original? I need help fast. Thank you so much.

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    The homothetic factor is 3, so this is the ratio of the sides of the image compared to the original.

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