anonymous
  • anonymous
HELP PLEASE! Will Fan and Medal!! I really suck at geometry! :( Triangle STU is located at S (2, 1), T (2, 3), and U (0, −1). The triangle is then transformed using the rule (x−4, y+3) to form the image S'T'U'. What are the new coordinates of S', T', and U'?
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  • chestercat
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imqwerty
  • imqwerty
for example if the original cordinates were (x,y) then to get the new cordinates of that point (x,y) just subtract 3 from x and add 3 to y u get this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah kind of
anonymous
  • anonymous
So should I just get a piece of paper plot my points and follow that rule and then I get my new coordinates if so I get it now and can do it!

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