Algebra 1
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Describe the effect of the transformation.
(x,y)>(x,7y)
A. Vertical translation of 7 units.
B. Vertical stretch without reflection
C. Horizontal translation of 7 units
D. Vertical stretch without reflection
Is the answer A
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