# In the diagram below, side XY is parallel to side X'Y'. https://aoa.sooschools.com/media/g_geo_ccss_2016/10/img_geo_10_6_05_graphing.gif

There is a dilation centered at _____ (Point Z or origin) with a scale factor ______ (.67 or 1.50) of which will transform triangle XYZ into triangle X'Y'Z.

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sqdancefanThe fact that point Z maps to itself tells you the dilation is centered at Point Z The fact that X' is 1.5 times as far from Z as X is tells you the scale factor is 1.50