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Hexagon DEFGHI is translated on the coordinate plane below to create hexagon D’E’F’G’H’I’. Which rule represents the translation of hexagon DEFGHI to hexagon D’E’F’G’H’I’? Answer (x, y)→(x + 3, y + 3) (x, y)→(x - 3, y - 9) (x, y)→(x - 9, y - 3) (x, y)→(x + 9, y + 9)

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The third one.
All you have to do is count the squares from the x value of G (or any other vertex) to the x value of G'. It is 9 squares to the left. The third choice is the only choice that says "make x 9 less" So it is the only possible answer.

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thanks bro
Do you get it?
a little, im copy that down as notes
Try some more examples. You can do this. It is very easy.
alright, ima do that. when i finish thia quiz. i just started this section of my course. i posted another 1 here http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f7090b9e4b0eb8587732265

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