jasonmitchell:

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2 months ago
563blackghost:

Apply the rule to each point. First list them: `(-1,-4), (-2,-7) and (5,-6)` Now apply. \(\bf{(-1,-4) \rightarrow (-1-5,-4+6)}\) \(\bf{(-2,-7) \rightarrow (-2-5,-7+6)}\) \(\bf{(5,-6) \rightarrow (5-5,-6+6)}\)

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i listed them but the desmos calculator isn't responding

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

my computer is not working with desmos

2 months ago
563blackghost:

just do the calculations on paper

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

it might not look right but i don't think this is right

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2 months ago
563blackghost:

Mmm for the original triangle ye that's right, but you need to apply the rule to find the new points. \(\large\bf{(-1,-4) \rightarrow (-1-5,-4+6)}\) \(\large\bf{(-2,-7) \rightarrow (-2-5,-7+6)}\) \(\large\bf{(5,-6) \rightarrow (5-5,-6+6)}\)

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

how exactly

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i'm trying to do it how you did it but it's confusing for me tbh

2 months ago
563blackghost:

ive listed how. Just follow it. For the first point, you need to subtract 5 from the xvalue. `-1 - 5 = -6` Now you need to add 6 to the y-value. `-4 + 6 = 2` So the first point goes from `(-1,-4)` to `(-6,2)` Do the same with the other 2 points.

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

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2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

i apply those first like that

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

first on the first line i put (-1,-4) second (-6,2)

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

am i right

2 months ago
563blackghost:

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/vbhibu1bqe This shows the first point of the translated point.

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

and for the second ?

2 months ago
563blackghost:

Well you apply the rule for `(-2,-7)` What is `-2 -5`?

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

-7

2 months ago
563blackghost:

and `-7+6`?

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

-1

2 months ago
563blackghost:

Correct. So your next point is `(-7,-1)` https://www.desmos.com/calculator/94rc1xsotq Now we need to do the same for the last point which is `(5,-6)` What is `5-5`?

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

0

2 months ago
563blackghost:

and `-6+6`?

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

0

2 months ago
563blackghost:

Correct so your point is `(0,0)` so your new triangle is: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/me8wkcusc4

2 months ago
jasonmitchell:

oh ok

2 months ago
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