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A translation has this rule:(x-5,y). Fill in the answers

This translation is (how many)
Units (in what direction)

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    Well, the y-value doesn't change and the x-value decreases by 5.

    If, for example, we had the point (7,4)
    Under the above translation becomes (2,4)

    Hope that helps

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