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Select the rule that transforms the blue triangle to the red triangle.

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(x, y) to (x + 2, y - 2)
I've been trying, i need help because i don't get it.. I don't just want the answer I need help getting it.
@Megan_xoxo Do you see any vertical change in triangle? Is it moving up or down on transformation?
up?
Really, look again?
Look at the vertices of the two triangles
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Oh, down...
Finish the diagram above please.
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@Megan_xoxo are you still there?
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Come on try, you can do it. Draw in the other red triangle please :)
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Nice try :D
Does it look the same?
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@Megan_xoxo can you connect the dots please?
@Megan_xoxo are you still there?
(x, y) to (x-2, y+2) (x, y) to (x+2, y-2) (x, y) to (x, -y) (x, y) to (-x, y)
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sorry i keep losing my internet connection (:
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Can you finish it on your own now?
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oh! I understand now!

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