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Use the diagram. Find the image of C under the translation described by the translation rule . (x,y)---->(x+11, y-8)

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    @johnweldon1993 @jim_thompson5910

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    C(-7,2) by the translation (x+11, 7-8) : x' = -7+11 = ... y' = 2-8 = ... so, what's the coordinat of C' be ...

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    exactly as @RadEn has shown

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    typo : (x+11, y-8)

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    so, it's c?

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    C? there are answer choices?

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    -7+11 = ... ?

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    4

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    also, 2-8 = ... ?

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    -6

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    those are our coordinates

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    for C'

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    Can you just please tell me the answer? I'm so tired.:(

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    @johnweldon1993

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    yes that' right. so, where is the point (4,-6)

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    you just solved it...the x coordinate would be the 4...and the y would be -6 so (4,-6)

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    d

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    yup :)

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    correct!

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