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Q: What happens to an enlarged image when the scale factor of enlargement is one?

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With a scale factor of 1, the image is exactly the same size as the original object.

Image over preimage(original)

There are four forms of linear transformation on the Cartesian plane which is used in engineering and they are:- Translation moves a shape in the same direction and distance Refection is a 'mirror image' of a shape Enlargement changes the size of a shape by a scale factor Rotation turns a shape through an angle at a fixed point

Assuming the smaller sphere is the image of the larger sphere after transformation (based on the order of the radii): the scale factor is 4/12 = 1/3

If you are dilating the image about some factor, you can multiply coordinates by the constant. For instance... ½(1,2) = (½,½ * 2) = (½, 1)

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It depends on the aspect ratio. If it is a square object then it should scale up evenly. But if it is a rectangle then eventually a large enough scale factor will make it looked stretch on the longer sides.

A negative scale factor is used to produce the image on the other side of the centre of enlargement (scaled to the absolute value of the scale factor).

with your image resolution? Nothing happens it remains the same till you change it in Image Size dialog. Image > Image Size.. Magnification is for your convenience to see enlarged image nothing really happens to actual resolution of original image.

The lenses of a microscope form an enlarged image of a specimen.

The image is upright and magnified/enlarged.

Mirrors that gives an enlarged image are basically a regular mirror just it has magnified glass.; Actually, it is a concave mirror, not a convex mirror, that is used to give an enlarged image.

It is an enlargement

The image is bigger than the pre-image.

microscope

you see an enlarged photo of what the actual image is

an enlarged, upside-down virual image.

an enlarged, upside-down virual image.

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