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{{command|transformation|US_version=Dilate|non-US_version=Enlarge}}
 
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;Dilate[ <Object>, <Dilation Factor> ]
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:Dilates the object from a point of origin using the given factor.
  
; Dilate[ [[Geometric Objects|Geometric Object]], Number]: Dilates the geometric object from point of origin using the given factor.
 
; Dilate[ [[Geometric Objects|Geometric Object]], Number, Point S]: Dilates the geometric object from point ''S'' using the given factor.
 
  
: {{Note| When dilating polygons, GeoGebra creates also all the transformed vertices and segments.}}  
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;Dilate[ <Object>, <Dilation Factor>, <Dilation Center Point> ]
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:Dilates the object from a point, which is the dilation center point, using the given factor.
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:{{Note| When dilating polygons, GeoGebra creates also all the transformed vertices and segments.}}
  
; Dilate[ Image, Number]: Dilates the image from point of origin using the given factor.
 
; Dilate[Image, Number, Point S]: Dilates the image from point ''S'' using the given factor.
 
  
 
{{note|See also [[Image:Tool_Dilate_from_Point.gif]] [[Dilate Object from Point by Factor Tool|Dilate Object from Point by Factor]] tool.}}
 
{{note|See also [[Image:Tool_Dilate_from_Point.gif]] [[Dilate Object from Point by Factor Tool|Dilate Object from Point by Factor]] tool.}}

Revision as of 09:33, 18 July 2013


Dilate[ <Object>, <Dilation Factor> ]
Dilates the object from a point of origin using the given factor.


Dilate[ <Object>, <Dilation Factor>, <Dilation Center Point> ]
Dilates the object from a point, which is the dilation center point, using the given factor.
Note: When dilating polygons, GeoGebra creates also all the transformed vertices and segments.


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