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Square ABCD was dilated to form square A’B’C’D’. What scale factor was used?

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  1. no idea.
    But you can tell by dividing the new side length by the old side length
    If only the area is given, the scale factor is the square root of the ratio.

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    posted by Steve
  2. I'm thinking the scale factor used was 3?? not to sure tho. study hard and you'll learn

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    posted by Anonymous

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