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  1. anonymous
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    The figure shows a pair of parallel line segments on a coordinate grid:

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    The line segments are translated 2 units to the right to form E'F' and G'H'. Which statement describes E'F' and G'H'? Line segments E'F' and G'H' do not intersect and are closer together than EF and GH. Line segments E'F' and G'H' intersect at (−2, 0) and are two times farther apart than EF and GH. Line segments E'F' and G'H' intersect at (0, −2) and are two times closer together than EF and GH. Line segments E'F' and G'H' do not intersect and are the same distance apart as EF and GH.

  3. anonymous
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    @crazzydave @Darion17 @Surana @Tom_Boy_Rebel @undeadknight26

  4. anonymous
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    What do you think it is so far? @kiamousekia

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    idk i have no idea

  6. anonymous
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    im still looking on the graph so

  7. anonymous
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    Okay so the first step is to translate it.

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    Do you know the coordinates of E'F' and G'H' after it is translated?

  9. anonymous
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    imma go with the last sentence

  10. anonymous
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    Yes the answer is the last one. This is because when it is translated to the right everything is the same except the coordinates of the points. Other than that... they are still parallel, symmetrical, etc. So the answer would be D. Hope that helps! @kiamousekia

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    i knew it :D

  12. anonymous
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    Haha :D

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    (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ ✧゚・: *ヽ(◕ヮ◕ヽ)

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    ok is she picking the answer or

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    (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ ✧゚・: *ヽ(◕ヮ◕ヽ)(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ ✧゚・: *ヽ(◕ヮ◕ヽ)(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ ✧゚・: *ヽ(◕ヮ◕ヽ)

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    okay thanks do much to both of you

  17. anonymous
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    :P

  18. anonymous
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    ok then

  19. anonymous
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    i have to go

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    see ya

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    k bye

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