Circle 1: center (−1, 10) and radius 4.8

Circle 2: center (−1, 10) and radius 1.2

B) Circle 1 and circle 2 have the same center.

C) Circle 2 is a dilation of circle 1 with a scale factor of 3.6.

D) Circle 1 is congruent to circle 2.

Circle M: center (−1, 10) and radius 3

Circle N: center (0, 10) and radius 15

B) Circle M is a dilation of circle N with a scale factor of 12.

C) Circle N is a dilation of circle M with a scale factor of 5.

D) Circle M and circle N are congruent.

- Circle M has center (1, 10) and radius 12.

- Circle N is a translation of circle M, 1 unit left.

- Circle N is a dilation of circle M with a scale factor of 3.

B) The center of circle N is (0, 10).

C) Circle N and circle M have equal diameters.

D) Circle M and circle N are similar.

Circle 1: center (5, 4) and radius 5x

Circle 2: center (5, 4) and radius 2x

Why is circle 1 similar to circle 2?

B) Circle 1 is congruent to circle 2.

C) Circle 1 and circle 2 have the same radius.

D) Circle 1 is a dilation of circle 2 with a scale factor of 0.4.