Dilating a Line
- John Williams, Tim Brzezinski
1) What happens if the original line m passes through point A? More specifically, what does the image of m look like if m passes through A?
2) What happens if the original line m does not pass through A? What does the image of m look like if m does not pass through A?
3) Complete the following statement by filling in each blank with an appropriate word to make a true statement: A dilation maps a ______(a)_____ not passing through the center of the dilation to another _____(b)______ that is _________(c)_______ to the original _____(d)______. If, however, the original _____(e)______ passes through the _____(f)______ of the dilation, the image of this line is the ______(g)______ as the original _____(h)_____.