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25 January, 12:58

If the tan of angle x is 4 over 3 and the triangle is dilated to be two times as big as the original, what would be the value of the tan of x for the dilated triangle?

a. 8 over 6

b. 4 over 3

c. 8 over 3

d. The tan value cannot be determined for the dilated triangle.

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  1. 25 January, 13:57
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    Try drawing the triangles: the original and the dilated one.

    If the tangent of x is 4/3, and then all lengths of the original triangle are doubled, then the tangent of x is 8/6 = 4/3. Thus, B is the correct answer.
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