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

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Just make the horizontal piece twice as large and make the vertical piece twice as large. This new piece is a factor of 2 times bigger.

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9X60

First of all, there can't be two different things that are both "greatest". You only get one. 3 is a factor of 36, and 3 is also a factor of itself. So it must be the greatest common factor of 3 and 36. If there was a greater factor common to both 3 and 36, it would have to be greater than 3.

Any even number greater than two.

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

greater then 1

When a shape is enlarged the multiplying factor is greater than 1. Example : A factor of 7 means that a length of 1cm on the original shape would be represented by a length of 7cm on the enlarged shape.

The scale factor is usually stated as a linear enlargement factor. Therefore, the area enlargement factor is the square of the scale factor, in this instance, 9. The area of the original drawing was thus 396/9 = 44 cm2.

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Scaling will proportionally reduce or enlarge a figure. The amount of scaling is given by the scale factor (greater than zero) If the scale factor is less than 1, the figure is reduced and it is sometimes called a contraction If the scale factor is greater than 1, the figure is enlarged, and it is called a dilation or enlargement. If a centre of enlargement is used, the distance of every point from the centre is multiplied by the scale factor. The scale factor can be negative in which case the distance to the new point is measured on the opposite side of the centre to the original point.

Scale factors whose absolute values are greater than 1.

9 enlarged by a factor of a number is 9*y

If the radius is tripled then the Area will be greater by a factor of 9. And the circumference will be greater by a factor of 3.

The scale or enlargement factor.

Yes. When a shape is enlarged the scale factor gives the ratio between corresponding lengths of the enlargement and the original.

It is a smaller shape on the other side of the centre of enlargement.

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