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xxjakkixx
 3 years ago
The coordinate grid below shows Triangle STU and its image after translation, Triangle S′T′U′.
Which coordinate rule represents the translation seen?
(x, y) →(x + 7, y – 3)
(x, y) →(x + 11, y + 2)
(x, y) →(x + 7, y + 2)
(x, y) →(x + 11, y – 3)
Not sure how to do at all, please help :)
xxjakkixx
 3 years ago
The coordinate grid below shows Triangle STU and its image after translation, Triangle S′T′U′. Which coordinate rule represents the translation seen? (x, y) →(x + 7, y – 3) (x, y) →(x + 11, y + 2) (x, y) →(x + 7, y + 2) (x, y) →(x + 11, y – 3) Not sure how to do at all, please help :)

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xxjakkixx
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0@imron07 @NoelGreco .... Please help if you can :)

imron07
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1It's the second answer. Look at, say, point T'. It's 11 squares away from T horizontally, and 2 squares vertically from T.
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