>: If the scale factor is a 1. What happens to the shape? How can you prove this?

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>: If the scale factor is a 1. What happens to the shape? How can you prove this?

The shape would be exactly the same because any number multiplied by 1 equals itself.

When a figure is copied by a scale factor greater than 1, the copy is larger than the original. When the scale factor is less than 1, the copy is smaller. When the scale factor is exactly 1, the copy is the same size as the original. ... This means that triangles and are scaled copies of each other.

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step-by-step explanation: the first one means to spread the product throughout the marketplace such that a large number of people can buy it.

the second means the process of making a product or service available for the consumer or business user that needs it.

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