## anonymous one year ago I don't understand how to do this problem? Someone help me, please

1. iGreen

Use the rule $$\sf (x, y) \rightarrow (-x, y)$$

2. iGreen

Multiply -1 to all the x-values..those are your new set of points.

3. iGreen

. . . Why did you delete your attachment?

4. anonymous

Oops! Sorry! That was my mistake. Here

5. iGreen

Okay, can you multiply -1 to all the x-values of those three poitns?

6. iGreen

points*

7. anonymous

$-1 \times 0=0$ for D $-1 \times -3=3$ for E $-1 \times 3=-3$ for F, rite? Is this what u were asking for?

8. iGreen

Correct..so replace those x-values with the x-values of the original points. $$\sf (0, 3), (-3, -1), (3, -2)$$ Becomes: $$\sf (0, 3), (3, -1), (-3, -2)$$ That's our answer.

9. iGreen

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10. anonymous

Thnx for the help! :)

11. iGreen

Np