OpenStudy (anonymous):

HELP please!!

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

sure

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

I'd be happy to help

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thank you @AccidentalAiChan

OpenStudy (accidentalaichan):

What do you need help with?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

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.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I know the new coordinates would be X'(-3,4)Y'(-5,0)Z'(-1,1) by following the rule provided.

OpenStudy (mathstudent55):

Since the transformation is only a translation in x and y, you would get a triangle that is congruent to the original triangle.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Oh my gosh thank you so much ! Is there anything else?

OpenStudy (mathstudent55):

That's all I can think of. You're welcome.