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Triangle XYZ is located at X (-2, 1), Y (-4, -3), and Z (0, -2). The triangle is then transformed using the rule (x-1, y+3) to form the image X'Y'Z'. What are the new coordinates of X', Y', and Z'? Describe what characteristics you would find if the corresponding vertices were connected with line segments.
I know the new coordinates would be X'(-3,4)Y'(-5,0)Z'(-1,1) by following the rule provided.
Since the transformation is only a translation in x and y, you would get a triangle that is congruent to the original triangle.
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That's all I can think of. You're welcome.