PSA9BT2 - Student Facing Task---7.1 Lesson 1 What are Scaled Copies? (7.G.A.1)
Part A)

Here is a portrait of a student.

Look at Portraits A–E. How is each one the same as or different from the original portrait of the student?

Part B)

Some of the Portraits A–E are scaled copies of the original portrait. Which ones do you think are scaled copies?

Select all that apply:
Part C)

Part D)

What do you think “scaled copy” means?

Part A)

Here is an original drawing of the letter F and some other drawings.

Identify all the drawings that are scaled copies of the original letter F.

Select all that apply:
Part B)

Explain how you know.

Part C)

Examine all the scaled copies more closely, specifically the lengths of each part of the letter F. How do they compare to the original? What do you notice?

Part D)

On the grid, draw a different scaled copy of the original letter F.

Draw your scaled copy on paper, take a picture, and upload it using the image upload icon

If you do not have the ability to upload an image of your work type "Scaled copy is on paper."

Part A)

Your teacher will give you a set of cards that have polygons drawn on a grid.

Match pairs of polygons that are scaled copies of one another.

Which polygon is a scaled copy of Polygon A?

Select one:
Part B)

Which polygon is a scaled copy of polygon B?

Select one:
Part C)

Which polygon is a scaled copy of Polygon E?

Select one:
Part D)

What polygon is a scaled copy of Polygon F?

Select one:
Part E)

Which polygon is a scaled copy of Polygon H?

Select one:
Part F)

Select one pair of polygons to examine further. Explain or show how you know that one polygon is a scaled copy of the other

If you do not have the ability to upload, type "Polygons are on paper".

Is it possible to draw a polygon that is a scaled copy of both Polygon A and Polygon B? Either draw such a polygon, or explain how you know this is impossible.

If necessary, draw your polygon on paper, take a picture, and upload it using the upload icon

If you do not have the ability to upload an image of your work, type "Polygon is on paper."