A triangle has corners at #(2, 7 )#, #( 6, 3 )#, and #( 2 , 5 )#. If the triangle is dilated by # 2 x# around #(2, 5)#, what will the new coordinates of its corners be?
Given:
1) Given the 2X dilation is around Pt
2) From Pt
Given scaling factor
3) From Pt
Given scaling factor
Hence, the new coordinates of the dilated triangle will be:
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To dilate the triangle by a factor of 2 around the point (2, 5), we will apply the dilation transformation to each vertex of the triangle:

For the first vertex (2, 7): New xcoordinate = 2 + 2 * (2  2) = 2 New ycoordinate = 5 + 2 * (7  5) = 9 New coordinates: (2, 9)

For the second vertex (6, 3): New xcoordinate = 2 + 2 * (6  2) = 10 New ycoordinate = 5 + 2 * (3  5) = 1 New coordinates: (10, 1)

For the third vertex (2, 5): New xcoordinate = 2 + 2 * (2  2) = 2 New ycoordinate = 5 + 2 * (5  5) = 5 New coordinates: (2, 5)
Therefore, the new coordinates of the triangle's corners after dilation by 2x around (2, 5) are: (2, 9), (10, 1), and (2, 5).
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