Posted by Cindy on Friday, December 16, 2011 at 12:37pm.
RSV has coordinates R(2,1),S(3,2), and V(2,6). A translation maps points R to R' at (4,8). What are the coordinates for S' for this translation?
Can't understand this one please help me.

geometry  Steve, Friday, December 16, 2011 at 1:21pm
R > R' shifted (2,1) by (6,7) to (4,8)
Just apply the translation (6,7) to the other points:
(3,2) + (6,7) = (3,9)
(2,6) + (6,7) = (4,13)
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