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suppose you used the rule (3x+1,3y-4) to transform the original figure into a new figure. Would the new figure be similar to the original? Explain. I NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE!!! HELP. Thanks.

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    If you apply that transform rule to every (x,y) point in the figure, the new figure will be similar but displaced.

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    Question. Suppose the class has $80. to spend on T shirts describe how you can use a table and a graph to find the number of T shirts you can buy. Sophia write the following equation in her notebook: C=2(15)+20. What is she looking for?

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    Sophia,you can use a table to see how many shirts are needed and to figure out the size. You can use a graph to see how much each one costs and to figure out the total

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    what is 7 pounds is =

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    If a rule is (3x,y) and a sce factor of 4 is used to transform it , what will tge new rule be ?

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