# Dilations Practice

- Author:
- mkessler, Jennifer Ross

- Topic:
- Dilation

## Problem 1

Below, find the figure with coordinates K (-4, 4) L (4, 4) M (4, -4) N (-4, -4).
Create a NEW figure that is a dilation of the figure with a scale factor of 2 from the origin.
DO NOT CHANGE THE ORIGINAL IMAGE.
Insert a screenshot of your work on your Google Doc from the slideshow.

## Problem 2

Below, find the pre-image with coordinates P(0, -4) Q (8, -4) R (8, -8) S (0, -8).
Create a NEW dilation of the figure using a scale factor of 1/4 from the origin.
DO NOT CHANGE THE ORIGINAL IMAGE.
Insert a screenshot of your work on your Google Doc from the slideshow.

## Problem 3

Find the pre-image circle A with center at A(0, 0) and point B at (-5,0).
Create a NEW dilation of circle A by a scale factor of 2.
DO NOT CHANGE THE ORIGINAL IMAGE.
Insert a screenshot of your work on your Google Doc from the slideshow.

## Problem 4 (optional challenge)

The pre-image circle A has a center at A(-6, 6) and point B touching the x-axis.
Create a NEW dilation of circle A by a scale factor of 1/2 from the origin.
DO NOT CHANGE THE ORIGINAL IMAGE.
Insert a screenshot of your work on your Google Doc from the slideshow.