State whether the transformation appears to be a rigid motion. Explain.
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seems like this question is missing something?
Which of the following is the factor form of the given equation:
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@Guitarestfreak Im assuming the "6x2" is supposed to be 6x squared. The factored form would be (2x+1) (3x-8
lo I don't know nothing in geometry so that's why I need help for this
The answere for me to pick between are: 2(3x+4)(x-)0, (6x+1)(z-8)=0, or 2(3x+4)(x+1)=0
Although I've never seen a real definition of "rigid motion," I would consider a "rigid motion" transformation to be one that does not alter the composition, shape, proportion, or size of the object. Therefore, only reflections and translations and the such would be considered a "rigid motion." The picture, which is of two circles of varying sizes, depicts a stretching/shrinking, and so would not be a rigid motion.
Again, I'm not 100% sure of this, but the reasoning is pretty logical.
can u help me with this one:
Solve x2^-8x+3=0 by completing the square.
Which equation is used on the process?
(X-4)2^=0, (x-4)2^13, or (x-4)2^19?