# Difference between revisions of "Stretch Command"

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− | ;Stretch[ <[[Geometric Objects| | + | ;Stretch[ <[[Geometric Objects|Object]]>, <Vector> ] |

− | + | :The object is stretched '''parallel''' to the given vector by the ratio given by the '''magnitude''' of the vector (i.e. points on the line perpendicular to the vector (through its startpoint) stay on their place and distance of other points from the line is multiplied by given ratio.) | |

− | :The object is stretched ''' | + | |

− | ;Stretch[ <[[Geometric Objects| | + | |

− | + | ;Stretch[ <[[Geometric Objects|Object]]>, <Line>, <Ratio> ] | |

− | :The object is stretched ''' | + | :The object is stretched '''perpendicular''' to the line by the given ratio (i.e. points on the line aren't moved and the distance of other points from the line is multiplied by given ratio.) |

## Revision as of 09:02, 18 July 2013

- Stretch[ <Object>, <Vector> ]
- The object is stretched
**parallel**to the given vector by the ratio given by the**magnitude**of the vector (i.e. points on the line perpendicular to the vector (through its startpoint) stay on their place and distance of other points from the line is multiplied by given ratio.)

- Stretch[ <Object>, <Line>, <Ratio> ]
- The object is stretched
**perpendicular**to the line by the given ratio (i.e. points on the line aren't moved and the distance of other points from the line is multiplied by given ratio.)