## LacedUpCountry one year ago Medals will be given! I'll post screen shots below

1. LacedUpCountry

2. LacedUpCountry

Just need someone to explain this better

3. Loser66

Dilation of 3: C=(-1,3) ---> C'=(-3,6) now, tell me from -1 of C, to get -3 of C' what do you do? -1 - ? = -3??

4. Loser66

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5. LacedUpCountry

-2 i got that

6. LacedUpCountry

-1-2

7. Loser66

so, for x, we take x-2 to get the new one, right?

8. Loser66

now, y. tell me |dw:1437526050852:dw|

9. LacedUpCountry

3

10. Loser66

+3, right?

11. Loser66

You have to be aware of the signs!!

12. Loser66

Now, conclusion, x -2 y +3 that is the way for you to get the new point C' from C

13. LacedUpCountry

Okay

14. Loser66

Apply it to E=(2,-1) ---> E'=( ? , ?)

15. Loser66

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16. LacedUpCountry

Okay,so 3-2?? What confuses me is the dilation. Like when we do what you just showed me does the 3 get added to the y of each point??

17. Loser66

hey, 2-2 = 3??

18. Loser66

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19. LacedUpCountry

lol im not sure why i put that

20. LacedUpCountry

@loser66

21. LacedUpCountry

0,2

22. LacedUpCountry

H (-4,1) ?

23. LacedUpCountry

@pooja195

24. LacedUpCountry