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Please help. :( If T is the transformation (x,y) -> (-x, y-3) , find the image of (-1,3) after the transformation T.

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    what's the transformation? :o

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    You basically reflected it over the y-axis and translated it downward by three.

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    its it two different transformations?

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    Yes. It doesn't really matter which one occurs first either.

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    ohhh, okay, thank you :)

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