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whipcream<3
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The vertices of pentagon LMPQR are at L(4, 2), M(5, 2), P(8, 5), Q(6, 7), R(2, 4). The coordinates of the pentagon after two translations are L'(5, 1), M'(4, 1), P'(1, 4), Q'(3, 6), R'(7, 3).
How was LMPQR translated to create L'M'P'Q'R'?
To the left by 9 units and 1 unit up
To the left by 1 unit and 9 units up
To the right by 9 units and 1 unit up
To the right by 1 unit and 9 units up
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 2 years ago
whipcream<3 Group Title
The vertices of pentagon LMPQR are at L(4, 2), M(5, 2), P(8, 5), Q(6, 7), R(2, 4). The coordinates of the pentagon after two translations are L'(5, 1), M'(4, 1), P'(1, 4), Q'(3, 6), R'(7, 3). How was LMPQR translated to create L'M'P'Q'R'? To the left by 9 units and 1 unit up To the left by 1 unit and 9 units up To the right by 9 units and 1 unit up To the right by 1 unit and 9 units up
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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hba Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
@whipcream<3 Look at point L (4,2) and compare it to L' (5,1) plot them. which way do you move to get from L to L' left or right. how far? to get from L to L' do you go up or down? how much?
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hba Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
the first number in (4,2) ( the 4) is the x coordinate, it tells you left or right of the yaxis.
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whipcream<3 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
oh ok !
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hba Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Did you get it ?
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