Point G translated right 0, up 5
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Can you read the coordinates of point G as it is now before the translation?
OK. This is how you read a point of the x-y coordinate plane.
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4 , -4
An ordered pair is written in a specific order.
We usually write the x-coordinate first, followed by the y-coordinate.
x is left and right, the horizontal axis.
y is up and down, the vertical axis.
Here is the x-y coordinate plane.
The reason an ordered pair is called an ordered pair is that the order makes a difference.
You must always read the x value before the y value.
Remember, x is left and right. y is up and down.
so the answer is c
( 4. -4)
Now you got it. To read pint G, you must first read left and right.
Ok, now that we read point G, we need to do the translation.
We are told that the translation is 0 right.
Since x is the coordinate that is right or left, that means the x-coordinate remains the same.
G(-4, 4) ---> G'(-4, )
so the answer is c
The rest of the translation is up 5.
y is the coordinate that is up and down.
Since the translation is 5 up, we add 5 to the y-coordinate.
G(-4, 4) ---> G'(-4,9)
so b is it
Notice choice C. is exactly the same as the original point G.
The coordinates of point G are (-4, 4), and choice C. is the same, (-4, 4).
That would be a translation of 0 right and 0 up, which is no translation at all.
The translation is 0 right and 5 up, so the x-coordinate remains the same, and the y-coordinate has 5 added to it.
Yes, the answer is B.
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