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zeecho

  • 2 years ago

PLEASEEE HELPP - Image will be posted!!!!!!

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  1. zeecho
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    lol yepp

  3. AnimalAin
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    Simple solution to make the congruent figure. Take every corner coordinate, and subtract one from the x- and y- values.

  4. saifoo.khan
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    Too many flvs these days. ;)

  5. ameryn.love17
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    saifoo??

  6. ameryn.love17
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    Aaaaahhhh!!!! IT IS

  7. zeecho
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    i still dont understand it lol.

  8. AnimalAin
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    Simple solution for second part: Let C=C', and (0,5)=D'. If we go halfway from C to B, B'=(-2,7) Now calculate halfway back along the line y=5 to get A'=(-3,5). Same angles, proportional sides (constant of proportion is 1/2) gives a similar figure.

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    Got it now?

  10. zeecho
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    a bit, thank you :]

  11. AnimalAin
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    For the first part, we just move the whole thing a touch. For the second one, I cut it in half because it seemed to be a convenient way to do it.

  12. zeecho
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    thank you very much :]

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