Constructing a Dilation Image


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In order to dilate an image, we need which of the following?

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1. If the scale factor is greater than '~1'', what type of dilation do we have?

2. A reduction is when the scale factor is which one of the following?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The construction of dilation images is the focus of this quiz and worksheet combination. You are asked about the proper way to dilate an image, as well as the specific steps involved when putting together a reduction image.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Expect to find the topics listed below in the questions for this quiz:

  • Dilation for a scale factor greater than one
  • Reductions
  • Constructing dilation for a scale factor of two
  • Constructing a reduction image

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about how to dilate images
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about reductions, such as the second step to take when constructing a reduction image
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you know what is needed for the dilation of an image

Additional Learning

For some more help, go to the lesson titled Constructing a Dilation Image, which houses the extra topics mentioned below:

  • Points and figures to use in dilation
  • Step-by-step dilation
  • Different scale factors