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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which is the ordered pair for the translated point G'? Point G translated right 0, up 5 A. (–4, 1) B. (–4, 9) C. (–4, 4) D. (1, 4)

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  1. anonymous
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  2. triciaal
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    left or right changes the x value up and down changes the y value

  3. triciaal
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    translate 0 right up 5 means (x, y) goes to ( x + 0, y + 5 )

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok , I understand bout the negative and positive stands point but would I make the the 0 and 5 a negative or posititve , im confused ,I was thinking a or b? but im not really sure , can u explain a little more

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    wait wait , my bad

  6. anonymous
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    as I checked the graph again , I had noticed point g showed 4 , -4 which is c is that correct?

  7. anonymous
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    I mean -4 and 4

  8. triciaal
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    that is the point G (-4, 4) what is the point G' the point after you move G?

  9. anonymous
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    sorry im not sure ,, 4 -4? lol

  10. triciaal
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    review the thread start at (-4, 4) current (x, y) then move (x+0, y+5)

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