Mathematics
jasonmitchell:

https://prnt.sc/kvwcix

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

@563blackghost

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i had trouble with this question

8 months ago
563blackghost:

Look at attachment. You need to apply the translation to the point, it runs 4 units to the right and then given a rise of -5.

8 months ago
563blackghost:

You follow along and plot the new points.

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

(-5, -3)

8 months ago
563blackghost:

That is a point for your current triangle. https://www.desmos.com/calculator/jxgrqa6wbs

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

so graph those points is what you are saying

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i see

8 months ago
563blackghost:

ye. The new triangle is the with the translation. You just need to follow the run and rise. From each point you run to the right by 4 points, so you add 4 to each x-value. Then you are given a rise of -5, meaning you subtract 5 units from the y-value. This will give you your new point.

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

F

8 months ago
563blackghost:

So like for point `(-1,3)` you apply +4 to the xvalue. `-1 + 4 = 3` Now apply -5 to the y-value. `3 - 5 = -2` So your new point is `(3,-2)`. You apply the same ruling for the other two points.

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

This picture is correct then ?

8 months ago
563blackghost:

yes it is

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

thank you so much for your help on this blackghost but could you help me with a few ?

8 months ago
563blackghost:

mm sure i can help with a couple more

8 months ago
jasonmitchell:

ok thank you

8 months ago