If A (1,3) and B (4, 3), what would the length of A'B' be once AB has been dilated around the origin by the scale factor 2?

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If A (1,3) and B (4, 3), what would the length of A'B' be once AB has been dilated around the origin by the scale factor 2?

6/ 11 = 0.545454 so your answer is55%

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step-by-step explanation:

a.

step-by-step explanation:

step 1 distribute 2 to every term in the parentheses

step 2 add 10 on both sides of the equal sign

The answer of the above is