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If point R was at (-5 , -5) And is now at R' (-11 , -11) How did it get there? From the x-coordinate, it moved...? And from the y-coordinate, it moved...?
-6 units to the left and -6 units up
Well just try and think in terms of '+' and '-' |dw:1433373922536:dw| It looks like we go down 6 units....and also to the left 6 units right? So it looks like our rule is to be (x - 6, y - 6) right?
Yea and oops i meant down not up
Not a problem :) So now we just apply that same translation rule to the U coordinate given \[\large U = (U_x , U_y) = (-5, 1)\] \[\large U' = (U_x - 6, U_y - 6) = ?\]
? lost me there bud
So we need to find where U will be after the translation right? We found out that the translation rule = (x-6, y-6) Meaning, with all of our points BEFORE the translation...we must apply this rule that we subtract 6 from both the 'x' and the 'y' coordinate So since the coordinate for U is (-5, 1) After the translation we will have a U' of \(\large (-5 - 6, 1 - 6) = (?,?)\)
Correct indeed...so it looks like choice B is correct there
:D next one :)
So now, for the second one...remember how we found out that last translation rule? We said x - 6 meant going 6 to the LEFT from the original point and y - 6 meant going 6 DOWN from the original point? What would (x - 7, y - 7) mean?
lol that was easy :)
A right @johnweldon1993
Dont ask me tell me :P lol
My teacher would say "Are you asking me, or telling me. "
"Are you asking me, or telling me? " *
XD I've been tutoring for like 4 years so I've gotten used to saying that too XD
5 is A
Haha, but okay on to the last one! |dw:1433374687576:dw| whats the rule?
A was wrong?
I thought \[ - \] meant to go down ?
It does indeed mean go down...however, read the question one more time Needs to go 5 rows down "y-coordinate" and 3 seats to the right "x-coordinate"
Ohhh I see
So now...what is your NEW answer? lol
So D it is :D
I got 5 more if you dont mind and then im done :)
Should i recreate a new post ?