anonymous
  • anonymous
If the signs of the coordinates of collinear points P(-6,-2), Q(-5,2), and R(-4,6) are reversed, are the three new points still collinear? Draw a picture and explain why.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah but it says explain why
anonymous
  • anonymous
because the new three reversed points lie on the same line..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no. |dw:1377918475394:dw| They are collinear but lie on a parallel line
anonymous
  • anonymous
but the question is only asking: are the THREE NEW points still collinear..? or maybe i'm wrong...
anonymous
  • anonymous
when the sign of the points are reversed the new points are the image of the original ones with repect to origin on taking image the shape of the line does not change hence the images of the collinear points must also be collinear
anonymous
  • anonymous
i may be wrong but i thik you wrote they lie on the same line. sorry,if i hurt your feelings.

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