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Spring98

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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'?

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  1. Spring98
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    https://cv-kettle-falls.brainhoney.com/Resource/30603643,0/Assets/75177_53df86b0/02_01_03.gif

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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'? (4 points) A. Line segments E'F' and G'H' do not intersect and are closer together than EF and GH. B. Line segments E'F' and G'H' intersect at (–2, 0) and are two times farther apart than EF and GH. C. Line segments E'F' and G'H' intersect at (0, –2) and are two times closer together than EF and GH. D. Line segments E'F' and G'H' do not intersect and are the same distance apart as EF and GH.

  3. Spring98
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    @Nnesha Can you help?

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    @nonon @Owlcoffee Can you help?

  5. anonymous
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    You see that the lines are parallel in the picture right?

  6. Spring98
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    yes

  7. anonymous
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    therefore you can elliminate b and c. so, if you slide the drawing to the right 2 units, would the lines still be parallel?

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    yes they would

  9. anonymous
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    and so D

  10. anonymous
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    because parallel lines don't intersect

  11. Spring98
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    thanks do you think you can help me with another quick question?

  12. anonymous
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    sure

  13. Spring98
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    otay 1 sec.

  14. Spring98
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    Triangle XYZ slides 2 units left and 1 unit down on the coordinate plane. If the original measure of angle X was 40 degrees, what is the measure of angle X'? A. 30 degrees B. 40 degrees C. 60 degrees D. 140 degrees

  15. anonymous
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    the angle stays the same. Visualize it like sliding the shape.

  16. Spring98
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    so would the answer be 40 degrees?

  17. anonymous
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    yes

  18. Spring98
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    k thank you very much i got couple more questions but i will open another one. If you would like you can come and help! :)

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    if I have time maybe :)

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