﻿ When you dilate a figure with a scale factor of 1/2, what will the dilated figure look like?
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# When you dilate a figure with a scale factor of 1/2, what will the dilated figure look like?                                                                                           a: the dilated figure will have side lengths that are half the length of the original side lengths.                                                                          b: the angles in the dilated figure will be half the measure of the original figure.                                                                                c: the dilated figure will have side lengths twice the length of the original.

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