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Predict what will happen if you move the anchor point up or down, or away from the shape, and then try it. Write about what you see.

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Measure the sides. How does the length of corresponding sides compare?

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How does the area of the original shape compare to the area of the original image?

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When you are fmished, ask Mr. Sanborn or Mr. Estrada for the next shape to try. Answer these questions for that shape.
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