# In exercises 3134 you are using a magnifying glass

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Chapter 2 / Exercise 30
Elementary Geometry for College Students
Alexander/Koeberlein
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In Exercises 31–34, you are using a magnifying glass. Use the length of the insect and the magnification level to determine the length of the image seen through the magnifying glass.(See Example 6.)31. emperor moth 32. ladybugMagnification: 5×Magnification: 10×60 mm4.5 mm33. dragonfly 34. carpenter antMagnification: 20×Magnification: 15×47 mm12 mm12 mm35. ANALYZING RELATIONSHIPS Use the given actual and magnified lengths to determine which of the following insects were looked at using the same magnifying glass. Explain your reasoning.grasshopper black beetleActual: 2 in. Actual: 0.6 in.Magnified: 15 in. Magnified: 4.2 in.honeybee monarch butterflyActual: 58in. Actual: 3.9 in. Magnified: 7516in. Magnified: 29.25 in.36. THOUGHT PROVOKING Draw ABCand ABCthat ABCis a dilation of ABC. Find the center of dilation and explain how you found it.37. REASONING Your friend prints a 4-inch by 6-inch photo for you from the school dance. All you have is an 8-inch by 10-inch frame. Can you dilate the photo to fit the frame? Explain your reasoning.so CPP123xy446P(4, 2)P(2, 1)4212
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Chapter 2 / Exercise 30
Elementary Geometry for College Students
Alexander/Koeberlein
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