Q: What happens with scale factor -1?

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The scale factor is 1 to 150

The area changes by the square of the same factor.

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The type of dilation that occurs with a scale factor of 14 is enlargement. Any time the scale factor is larger than 1, it is enlargement.

No, there cannot be a zero in any scale factor.

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Absolutely nothing. A scale factor of 1 is the same as saying do not change the scale.

The image is bigger than the pre-image.

1 shape cannot have a scale factor. A scale factor is something (a factor) that relates one shape to another.

The scale factor is 1 to 150

A diliation is a reduction if the scale factor is: less than 1.

If the scale factor between two shapes is 1, the shapes are congruent.

a 1:1 ratio

The area changes by the square of the same factor.

The scale factor is 1:100 for the area. The linear scale factor is 1:10.

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stay same

The type of dilation that occurs with a scale factor of 14 is enlargement. Any time the scale factor is larger than 1, it is enlargement.