anonymous
  • anonymous
Which rule represents the translation of hexagon DEFGI to hexagon D'E'F'G'H'I'?
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blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
do you have a pic or anything to go with this? @Kjaimes21
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
i think the rule for this would be (X-8, Y-3) but i would have someone check it just to be sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
(x,y) -> (x-9,y-3) (x,y)-> (x-3,y-9) (x,y)-> (x+3,y+3) (x,y) -> (x+9,y+9)
blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
it's the 1st one.
blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
X is always first and then Y. and since it was moved into the more negative side, it's -9 and -3. does that make sense? .-.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it does. thank you for your help.
blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
welcome!

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