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I don't want answer. I want explanation.
u want me to teach u
there are 2 different questions there ... those arent options so, what is your definition of a radical? is that the sqrt function or something more general?
It is the square root function. |dw:1444575818648:dw|
your end point is the 'vertex' it is how we define the translation of it
if we subtract the end point from the points given we can normalize it to the origin
ok, actually I did part a to point. I just do not understand something. Can I ask you? It saves a lot of time
2,5 6,1 -2-5 -2-5 ----------- 0,0 4,-4 might be simpler to visualize
Assuming that the vertex is (0,0) like what you mentioned. We can see that we have a vertical translation of 5 uunits up , so k=5 horizontal translation of 2 units right h=2 reflection in x-axis, so a is -. However, I do not know how to find the value of a
since we have normalized it to the origin, h and k = 0
a sqrt(x) = -4, when x=4 a sqrt(4) = -4 2a = -4 etc ...
Could you please tell me how did you get the point (4,-4)?
again, i subtracted the vertex (the end point) from the stated points so that the end point is at 0,0 do you agree that (2,5) - (2,5) = (0,0) ?
not sure how you study this, some people do a translation T(x-2,y-5)
so we have to pass thru the point (6,1), translated to (6-2,1-5)
right! that is awsome :)
that is the answer.
i would hope so lol
@amistre64 thank you for your help my friend. :)
youre welcome, and good luck ;)