# Choose all that correctly dilate the line segment. given: ab is 10 inches. if ab is dilated to form a’b’ by a scale factor

Choose all that correctly dilate the line segment. given: ab is 10 inches. if ab is dilated to form a'b' by a scale factor of 0.5, the length of a'b' is 5 inches. given: ab is 8 inches. if ab is dilated to form a'b' by a scale factor of 2, the length of a'b' is 4 inches. given: ab is 12 inches. if ab is dilated to form a'b' by a scale factor of 0.5, the length of a'b' is 24 inches. given: ab is 10 inches. if ab is dilated to form a'b' by a scale factor of 2, the length of a'b' is 20 inches.

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1. hayleymckee says:

Given: AB is 10 inches. If AB is dilated to form A'B' by a scale factor of 0.5, the length of A'B' is 5 inches.

Given: AB is 10 inches. If AB is dilated to form A'B' by a scale factor of 2, the length of A'B' is 20 inches.

Step-by-step explanation:

After the dilation the segment AB form segment A'B'. The length of A'B' is the length of AB multiplied by the scale factor, so if AB is 10 inches and the scale factor of 0.5, then the length of A'B' is 10*0.5 = 5 inches; if AB is 10 inches and the scale factor of 2, then the length of A'B' is 10*2 = 20 inches  .

2. tylermorse3775 says:

The first thing you must remember is that for this case we have the following relationship:
A'B '= k * AB
Where,
k: is the scale factor.

all that correctly dilate the line segment are:

Given: AB is 10 inches. If AB is dilated to form A'B 'by a scale factor of 0.5, the length of A'B' is 5 inches.

Given: AB is 10 inches. If AB is dilated to form A'B 'by a scale factor of 2, the length of A'B' is 20 inches.

3. clairajogriggsk says:

B. Are congruent to the measures of the corresponding angles in its image.

4. drcarver says:

The angles would be congruent

5. lucerogon7403 says:

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