Posted by **brina** on Monday, December 21, 2009 at 10:20pm.

Answer each of the following:

a. Draw a line l’ and any two points A and B so that AB is

parallel to the line. Find the image of l under a translation

from A to B.

b. Draw a line l and any two points A and B so that AB is

not parallel to l. Construct l’, the image of l under the

translation from A to B.

c. How are l and l’ in part (b) related? Why?

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