Dilating the **triangle ABC **would create another **triangle **whose size is different from the **triangle ABC **

<h3>How to dilate the triangle?</h3>

From the complete question, we have the following **coordinates**:

- Point A = (-4,5)
- Point B = (7,-7)
- Point C = (-2,2)
- Point P = (1,-4)
- Scale factor, k = 1/3

The **dilation rule **across the **center P **is:

(x, y) --> (1/3x – 1, 1/3y + 4)

So, the **coordinates **of the **image** of the** triangle** are:

A' = (-1/3 * 4 – 1, 1/3 * 5 + 4)

A' = (-7/3, 17/3)

B' = (1/3 * 7 – 1, -1/3 * 7 + 4)

B' = (4/3, 5/3)

C' = (-1/3 * 2 – 1, 1/3 * 2 + 4)

C' = (-5/3, 14/3)

From the above computation, the **coordinates **of the new **triangle **is:

A' = (-7/3, 17/3)

B' = (4/3, 5/3)

C' = (-5/3, 14/3)

See attachment for the **image **of **triangle ABC**

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