PreAlgebra
posted by Miles .
If you used the rule (3x + 1, 3y – 4) to transform Mug into a new figure:
How would the angles of the new figure compare to Mug’s angles?

PreAlgebra 
Steve
it's just a dilation (x and y both the same factor) and shift, so angles will not change
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