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PACE 3rd 6 Weeks

dilation a transformation that results from the reduction or enlargement of an image
dimensions the measurements of a figure’s edges (length, width, height)
indirect measurement a technique using proportions to find a measurement
prime notation used to distinguish between the original figure and the new figure
scale factor the ratio of the lengths of two corresponding sides of similar polygons
transformation a change in position, size, or shape of a figure on a coordinate plane
vertex/vertices points where two or more straight lines meet; corners; a point where three or more planes intersect
formulate to express or communicate something carefully or in specific words; to express something as a formula
describe to give an account of something by giving details of its characteristics
support to give something greater credibility by being consistent with it or by providing further evidence for it
Created by: Robin Greene