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BTW the "->" is an arrow
how do you move to get from V to W ?
end - start = direction from V to W means we want: W - V
it said from V to W They are points on a graph
i know what they are ....
i am trying to figure out what it means by finding the vector from the given translation. Could you explain how i use the translation please?
it seems like ur always the one to answer my questions
you place yourself at V and move over until you are under W; keep a count of how many places you had to move. next turn and move up or down to get to W; keep a record of how many places you had to move. the description of that record of movements defines your vector
under or over W ...
<2,2> ? Sorry for the dumb questions but im not the best at this as u can imagine...
personally, I like the mathway better: W (0,-4) -V (2,-2) --------
now the translation is just placeing an x and a y in their places
but i might be interping the question off; <-2,-2> is the vector that descirbes from V to W
I dont know because it mentions translation so i dont know if it means something else
me either :/
sounds good, but so does <-2,-2>
i hat geometry
and language arts :)
find the vector, that results in the given translation would be <-2,-2>
hmmm... lastley what is a translation exactley ;)
tranlsations are moving points around as defined by a given rule ..
if I tell you to put your left leg in and put your left leg out, and do the hokey pokey and turn yourself about; that would be a translation
well that is the most....creative defiitino ive ever heard. Thanks!
lol .... im sure its the textbook definition :)
I need to tell my math teacher that...
good luck, im outta here