In this lesson, students are taught how to use dilations and factors to find the new perimeter and area of a rectangle. The teacher explains how to find the original perimeter and area of a rectangle, and then shows how to use a factor of six to determine the new perimeter and area of the same rectangle. The teacher emphasizes the importance of correctly squaring the factor and provides a visual aid to help students understand the concept.
How to use dilations and factors to find the new perimeter and area of a rectangle
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