# How do you determine if the following scale factor 4/3 would create an enlargement, reduction, or isometric figure?

It would create an enlarged figure.

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The scale factor of ( \frac{4}{3} ) would create an enlargement because it is greater than 1.

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To determine whether a scale factor of ( \frac{4}{3} ) would create an enlargement, reduction, or an isometric figure:

- If the scale factor is greater than 1, the figure is enlarged.
- If the scale factor is between 0 and 1, exclusive, the figure is reduced.
- If the scale factor is equal to 1, the figure remains unchanged (isometric).

In this case, the scale factor ( \frac{4}{3} ) is greater than 1, so it would create an enlargement of the figure.

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