# Q2 Enlargement by negative scale factor

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Simon Deacon
Published at : 01 Jan 2021
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This video is all about enlargement by a negative scale factor and forms part of the playlist 'enlargement by negative scale factors.'

The question is based on a series of GCSE enlargement by negative scale factor questions that can be downloaded here:

This particular question asks for triangle A to be enlarges by a scale factor of -1.5 through 0 (the centre of origin). In this case I've used 'lines of enlargement' to draw the new shape accurately.

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