## A triangle with vertices at A(20, –30), B(10, –15), and C(5, –20) has been dilated with a center of dilation at the origin. The image of B,

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A triangle with vertices at A(20, –30), B(10, –15), and C(5, –20) has been dilated with a center of dilation at the origin. The image of B, point B prime, has the coordinates (2, –3). What is the scale factor of the dilation?

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Answer:it is 1/5

Step-by-step explanation:the factor of the coordinates b(10,-15) and b'(2,-3) is five, but the figure gets smaller and is a reduction. therefore the scale factor is between 0-1, making it 1/5.

Answer:The answer is 5. Hopes this helps. If it does mark me as brainliest.

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