## anonymous one year ago (02.01)The figure shows Triangle ABC and some of its transformed images on a coordinate grid: A coordinate plane is shown. Triangle ABC Is formed by the points 2 comma 5, 2 comma 3 and 4 comma 3. Triangle 2 is formed by the points negative 3 comma 5, negative 3 comma 3, and negative1 comma 3. Triangle 1 is formed by the points negative 4 comma 5, negative 4 comma 3, and negative 6 comma 3. Triangle 3 is formed by the points negative 6 comma 2, negative 4 comma 2, and negative 4 comma 0. Triangle 4 is formed by the points 2 comma negative 1, 4 comma negative 1 and 4 comma negative 3.

1. anonymous

Which of the four triangles was formed by a translation of Triangle ABC? 1 2 3 4

2. anonymous

3. anonymous

@mathway

4. dessyj1

Hi.

5. anonymous

ya @dessyj1

6. dessyj1

what do you think?

7. dessyj1

|dw:1438393163544:dw| this if the orig triangle right?

8. dessyj1

triangleABC

9. dessyj1

when yuo translate an object, you can only move it up,down, left, or right.

10. anonymous

yes @dessyj1

11. dessyj1

You cannot rotate or reflect it at all.

12. dessyj1

Do you understand what i mean?

13. anonymous

will all this get me the answer @dessyj1

14. dessyj1

Yes, it will.

15. dessyj1

|dw:1438393731323:dw|

16. dessyj1

A rotation is not a translation.

17. dessyj1

SCRATCH THAT

18. dessyj1

What i showed is a reflection, not a rotation.

19. dessyj1

|dw:1438393886480:dw|

20. dessyj1

A reflection is not a translation.

21. dessyj1

Are there some triangles that look like reflections in the picture?

22. anonymous

23. anonymous

@dessyj1

24. dessyj1

I can tell which triangles are reflected or translated; i am just wondering if you can... can you?