Find the preimage of the point (4, 3) under the given transformation.A transformation T : (x, y) (x + 3, y - 1).
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(7, 4),(7, 2),(1, 2),(1, 4)
a "preimage" is where it came from
how do you undo a +3 and a -1?
spose you took 3 steps forward and 1 step from the couch to the left to get to the fridge ... how would you find your way back to the couch
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since, lets undo x+3, by x-3
lets undo y-1, by y+1
wats my answer
the answer will be what the end of the process gets us .... its the process that needs to be understood
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A central angle measuring 120° intercepts an arc in a circle whose radius is 3.
What is length of the arc of the circle formed by this central angle? Round the length of the arc to the nearest hundredth of unit.
circumference is the arc length of a 360 degree central angle:
what is the formula for a circumference?
just the general circumference of a circle will do. we can modify it from there
nah, that just an approximation of pi
circumference of a circle is: 2pi * radius
2pi is equal to 360 degrees
in general, the length of an arc is: (angle in radians) * radius
to convert 120 into radians, we use the ratio: 2pi/360
120 * 2pi/360 * 3 will then be our arclength