Posted by **Rachel** on Saturday, April 5, 2008 at 1:09pm.

The image of P(-1, 5) under a translation is P'(5, 7). What is the preimage of P?

Could someone show me steps on how to do this problem, and the answer please?

Thank you.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- geometry - Question 4.4. Which is true about a rotation? (Points : 1) The image ...
- GEOMETRY !!! - 1)(5, -3) is reflected over the y-axis. What are the coordinates ...
- geometry help!! answer all questions!! please - 1) Write the translation that ...
- geometry - Is one flag a translation image of the other, or rotation image? ...
- Geometry 5 questions - What is the image of point P (-2, 3, 5) after a ...
- geometry - A preimage includes a line segment of length x and slope m. If the ...
- math 214 - Answer each of the following: a. Draw a line l’ and any two points A ...
- Geometry - 1.Which translation rule describes the translation that is 6 units to...
- Geometry - 1.Which translation rule describes the translation that is 6 units to...
- Trigonometry - A translation maps (-6,2) onto (-4,-2). Find the image of (3,5) ...

More Related Questions