anonymous
  • anonymous
1) A line segment with endpoints U(-2,6) and V(-5,-3) is translated according to the rule (x - 2, y + 2). Which of the following is a coordinate of the resulting line segment U'V'? A) V' (-7,-5) B) V' (-3,-5) C) U' (-4,8) D) U' (0,4)
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@phi help
phi
  • phi
take your U point, and use the rule to find the point U' subtract 2 from x, add 2 to y do the same for V and see what you get
anonymous
  • anonymous
b ?

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phi
  • phi
let's check V(-5,-3) with (x - 2, y + 2) -5-2, -3+2 -7,1 does not look good does it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah
phi
  • phi
*-7,-1 still not good
phi
  • phi
try U
anonymous
  • anonymous
k this is my second estimate is it c ?
phi
  • phi
U(-2,6) with (x-2,y+2) this is not calculus. -2-2,6+2 or -4,8
anonymous
  • anonymous
d ?
phi
  • phi
C) U' (-4,8)
anonymous
  • anonymous
so its c
phi
  • phi
yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thx
phi
  • phi
though it is is written as it's its means possessive

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