Rectangles P, Q, R, and S are scaled copies of one another. For each pair, decide if the scale factor from one to the other is greater than 1, equal to 1, or less than 1.

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Rectangles P, Q, R, and S are scaled copies of one another. For each pair, decide if the scale factor from one to the other is greater than 1, equal to 1, or less than 1.

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step-by-step explanation:

a function could be identified in 3 ways either on a chart,graph, or ordered pairs. first a function is that each point has its own. the rule is that there can be many x's to one y but there can not be 2 x's at different y's. so on a graph when you put a straight line through the y's there should be one dot only to be a function.

step-by-step explanation:

The image showing the complete question is attached.

1) Scale factor = 2

2) Scale factor = 4

3) Scale factor = ½

4) Scale factor = 2

5) Scale factor = 1

6) Scale factor = ¼

7) Scale factor = 1

Step-by-step explanation:

Scale factor is a number by which the dimensions of an object are multiplied in order to create an enlarged or reduced object.

Now, from the image attached;

1) From P to Q, we see that the length of Q seems to be double that of P. Similarly, the width of Q seems to be double that of P. Thus, each dimension of P is said to be multiplied by 2 to achieve the enlarged dimensions of Q.

Thus, scale factor = 2

2) From P to R, we see that the length of R seems to be 4 times that of P. Similarly, the width of R seems to be 4 times that of P. Thus, each dimension of P is said to be multiplied by 4 to achieve the enlarged dimensions of R.

Thus, scale factor = 4

3) From Q to S, we see that the length of S seems to be half of that of Q. Similarly, the width of S seems to be half of Q. Thus, each dimension of Q is said to be multiplied by ½ to achieve the reduced dimensions of S.

Thus, scale factor = ½

4) From Q to R, we see that the length of R seems to be double that of Q. Similarly, the width of R seems to be double that of Q. Thus, each dimension of Q is said to be multiplied by 2 to achieve the enlarged dimensions of R.

Thus, scale factor = 2

5) From S to P, we can see that the dimensions of both rectangles remain the same. Thus, S was multiplied by a factor of 1 to get P. Scale factor = 1

6) From R to P, we see that the length of P seems to be a quarter that of R. Similarly, the width of P seems to be quarter of R. Thus, each dimension of R is said to be multiplied by ¼ to achieve the reduced dimensions of P.

Thus, scale factor = ¼

7) From P to S, we can see that the dimensions of both rectangles remain the same. Thus, P was multiplied by a factor of 1 to get S. Scale factor = 1

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