anonymous
  • anonymous
Triangle X Y Z has vertices X negative three comma negative one, Y negative two comma negative two and Z negative four comma negative five. Match each transformation with the vertices that result after the transformation is applied to Triangle X Y Z. 1. X' (-3,1), Y' (-2,2), Z' (-4,5) 2. X prime zero comma negative two, Y prime one comma negative three, Z prime negative one comma negative six 3. X' (3, -1), Y' (2,-2), Z' (4,- 5) 4. X prime negative twelve comma negative four, Y prime negative eight comma negative eight, Z prime negative sixteen comma negative twenty
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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Study_together
  • Study_together
I am pretty sure it's 3.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thx

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Study_together
  • Study_together
NP :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh wait my computer get all of the question @Study_together
anonymous
  • anonymous
a. translation by rule x plus three comma y minus one b. dilation by a factor of 4 with origin as center of dilation c. reflection across y d. reflection across x
anonymous
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im sorry about that

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