Homothety shoot --- Introduction ---

A homothety of the plane is a zoom (magnification or reduction) of the plane. The center of a homothety is the unique point of the plane which stays unchanged after the homothety.

Homothety shoot is a visual game/exercise. It presents you two shapes, one being the image of the other after a homothety in the plane. And you are asked to find out the center of the homothety by clicking on the picture.

You may choose the difficulty level: , , ,
and the number of clicks in one session: (a score will be given at the end of a session).

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