This is documentation for Mathematica 6, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.

# Scale

 Scale[g, s]represents graphics primitives g scaled by a factor s. Scale[g, s, {x, y, ...}]scales with the point {x, y, ...} kept fixed. Scale[g, {sx, sy, ...}, ...]scales by different factors along different axes.
• Scale[g, s] scales with the center of the bounding box of g kept fixed.
• You can specify special points such as {Left, Bottom} within the bounding box for g to be kept fixed.
• Explicit coordinates {x, y} are taken to be in the coordinate system of the graphic in which Scale[...] appears.
• For objects specified with scaled coordinates Scaled[{x, y}], Scale effectively applies its transformation to the corresponding ordinary coordinates.
• Scale can modify the regions allocated to Text and Inset objects, but does not directly affect their contents, and does not scale fonts or other textual elements.  »
• Normal[expr] if possible replaces all Scale[gi, ...] constructs by versions of the gi in which the coordinates have explicitly been transformed.
Transform a 2D shape:
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Transform a 3D shape:
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