March 6

Effects of Changing Dimensions

When we double the dimensions of Carlos we used the Scale Factor of 2 and multiplied it by the perimeter. We also used the Scale Factor of 2 and multiplied the SF twice by the area. Which makes it 4 times bigger than the original area.

When we triple the dimensions of Carlos we used the Scale Factor of 3 and multiplied it by the perimeter. We also used the Scale Factor of 3 and multiplied it twice by the area. Which makes it 9 times bigger than the original area.


Posted 03/06/2018 by Caleb in category Uncategorized

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