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YasssPoo:

@stranger2 wrote:

@yassspoo wrote:

@yassspoo

ah hell naw

huh

Imagine:

Rotating around the center doesn't change the circle size, shape, and/or location.
So it doesn't change anything, as shown here:
|dw:1620835617021:dw|
So, eliminate that option.

Imagine:

Is that correct, jhonny?

stranger2:

wow, thats beautiful

jhonyy9:

@imagine wrote:

Is that correct, jhonny?

yofc

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Florisalreadytaken:

why did you have to start with the 3rd option? just consider the 1st option... because its 1st
so as andreas said EVERY circle is the same -- the only thing that differs is the size of its diameter/radius.
we can see that circle b's radius is 15 AND circle a's radi is 5 -- is there any connection between the 2 numbers?

Imagine:

tyvm, okay now, reflecting over the y-axis doesn't change its x values.
As shown here.
|dw:1620835923384:dw|
So, that option is incorrect.

jhonyy9:

@florisalreadytaken wrote:

why did you have to start with the 3rd option? just consider the 1st option... because its 1st
so as andreas said EVERY circle is the same -- the only thing that differs is the size of its diameter/radius.
we can see that circle b's radius is 15 AND circle a's radi is 5 -- is there any connection between the 2 numbers?

perfect explained - CONGRATS !!!

Florisalreadytaken:

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jhonyy9:

15 = 5×3

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stranger2:

damn congrats florisalreadytaken

stranger2:

@jhonyy9 wrote:

15 = 5×3

right

Imagine:

You're are left with A.) n' B.)

Imagine:

Could you take a shot in the dark? Also, try explaining why you chose that over the other option.

stranger2:

@imagine wrote:

Could you take a shot in the dark? Also, try explaining why you chose that over the other option.

wait so, u want me to..take a shot in the dark?

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stranger2:

like a shot, as in

stranger2:

actual shots

stranger2:

what kind of shots are we talkin abt here

Imagine:

You know exactly what I mean, what's with everyone taking everything so literally, please "try" picking one of the choices that are left.

stranger2:

oh I see, no I actually didnt know what u were talking about tho

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stranger2:

I think b

Imagine:

Why's that?

jhonyy9:

what you get if use choice A ?

stranger2:

Dilate circle A by a scale factor of 3.

jhonyy9:

radius length of 5 dilated by factor 3 how much result ?

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Imagine:

That's where;

@jhonyy9 wrote:

15 = 5×3

played in.

Florisalreadytaken:

the relation between 15 and 5, is that 5 is 3times bigger -- if we'd apply that in geometry it'd be called `dilation`
circle a's radi is 5, and circle b's radi is 15, as i mentioned above...
its pretty simple to determine the right option
i still dont know why this is still going haha

Imagine:

Some users need a bit more time.

stranger2:

@imagine wrote:

Some users need a bit more time.

ye im slow slow

Imagine:

It's okay! Take your time.

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Imagine:

So, that makes what your right answer?

stranger2:

thanks guys (#

Imagine:

Wait, you never answered.

stranger2:

its A right

Imagine:

No, we explained why it wasn't.

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Imagine:

Sorry, my mistake!!! It is A.)

stranger2:

thanks

Imagine:

tyvm to @jhonny9 & @florisalreadytaken
Appreciate the backup!

Imagine:

@jhonyy9*

jhonyy9:

@imagine wrote:

tyvm to @jhonny9 & @florisalreadytaken
Appreciate the backup!

jhonyy9 - y is doubled not n

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