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

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    im on the phone with him

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    he is my boyfriend lol

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    yeahh

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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?

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    .. : / ??

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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: \[\LARGE{<-2-X_{S},-2-Y_{S}>}\]

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    would that be ? C

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    No. Write out the equation. -2--4 = ?

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    A?

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    Yes

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    Do you understand the math though?

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    retrices

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