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anonymous

  • one year ago

Geometry help please?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    i only need help with the first and 2nd one please!

  3. anonymous
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    @Owlcoffee @xxDragoonxx @happy_to_help if any of you guys knows this stuff pleas help!

  4. happy_to_help
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    2c.36 2d.96

  5. anonymous
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    yeah i already knew those 2 thanks, do you know 2a and 2b or 1? @happy_to_help

  6. happy_to_help
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    No soryy.

  7. anonymous
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    i already figured out 2) all i need is 1 and 3 @Owlcoffee

  8. Owlcoffee
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    To find the ordered pair of "L' " you'll have to multiply the coordinates of "L" by 1/4

  9. anonymous
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    so what does that mean exactly lol, sry im not good at geometry

  10. anonymous
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    do you know what #3 is?

  11. Owlcoffee
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    Like this, if L has coordinates (-4,-6), we can find the ordered pair in the new hexagon by doing the multiplication of 1/4 on the x and the y coordinates of the point, which means: \[L'([\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }(-4)],[\frac{ 1 }{ 4 } -6]) \]

  12. Owlcoffee
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    Sorry, it has to multiply: \[L'[(\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }(-4)),\frac{ 1 }{ 4 }(-6)]\]

  13. anonymous
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    ok , so what do i do next?

  14. Owlcoffee
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    operate the multiplications.

  15. anonymous
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    i have no idea what youre saying im sorry lol i just started taking geometry and i dont get any of it, do you mean solve that equation that you gave me?

  16. Owlcoffee
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    It's no equation, it's the representation of the dilated point, it would look like this: \[L'(\frac{ (-4) }{ 4 }, \frac{ (-6) }{ 4 })\]

  17. anonymous
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    oh ok gotcha, so how do we find the ordered pair

  18. Owlcoffee
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    L' is the ordered pair.

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