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sorry its really hard to draw haha :/
Are there any given points?
bottom one is R and Top one isS
sorry im a begg.
no numbers of any sort? no coordinates?
none of that
Guess it all depends on the accuracy of your drawing. Perhaps you could take a screenshot and attach it instead?
well i would but i have no camera :( Here ill draw it more clearly
Yes, keep in mind that the correctness of our answer will depend almost entirely on how well you draw this.
sorry the line should be going across the dot sot he points would be in 1's R=(-2,-3) S=(2,1)
So there were coordinates after all? :P
well no numbers
but im guessing it is that because theres nothing
Well given those coordinates, it seems the best way is to find the midpoint of the segment RS
how should i do that?
x-coordinate of T would be the average of the x-coordinates of R and S
wait where did T come from?
your question requires it.
Possible coordinates for point T
but why T its not even in the graph
You're supposed to find it :P
omgosh i dont understand
T is a (yet) unknown point. with coordinates (x , y) We have to find x and y
Alright, first find the slope of the ray RS. Reason: you need the inverse of this slope to find possible coordinates for point T in ray RT, per your original question. So, count up 4 from R and right 4 to S. Slope is 4/4, which is 1. SO, the slope of your new ray, RT, must be -1. Count down 1 and left 1 from R to find potential coordinates for point T. Some possible points would be??