Dilations: find the coordinates
In a coordinate plane, dilations whose center are the origin have the property that the image of P(x,y) is P'(kx,ky) where k is the scale factor of the dilation.
Draw a dilation of rectangle ABCD with A(2,2), B(6,2), C(6,4), and D(2,4). Use the origin as the center and use a scale factor of .
Because the center of the dilation is the origin, you can find the image of each vertex by multiplying its coordinates by the scale factor.