SaltBoiChris
Line ST is shown in the coordinate plane below.
What is the component form of ST ?
<2, –8>
<–2, –8>
<–2, 8>
<2, 8>



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NyKole
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Wired
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@NyKole How do you know which picture he's talking about?

NyKole
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im on the phone with him

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he is my boyfriend lol

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yeahh

Wired
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Basically you're looking for <travel of x,travel of y> from the origin point (S).
So:
\[\large{<T_{x}S_{x},T_{y}S_{y}>}\]

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@nphuongsun93 can you help?

SaltBoiChris
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.. : / ??

Wired
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All you have to do is to substitute the values.

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\[\LARGE{<X_{T}X_{S},Y_{T}Y_{S}>}\]
Here's a start:
T = (2,2), so:
\[\LARGE{<2X_{S},2Y_{S}>}\]

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would that be ? C

Wired
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No. Write out the equation.
24 = ?

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A?

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Yes

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Do you understand the math though?

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