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Translate the point (5, 5) to the new origin given (h, k). Given center (h, k) = (- 3, - 3), find point (x', y').

Translate the point (- 8, - 8) to the new origin given (h,k). Given center (h,k) = (- 3, - 3), find point ( x', y').

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    The rule (h,k) means add h to x- and k to the y-coordinate.

    So if (h,k)=(-3,-3),
    (5,5) -> (5-3,5-3) = (2,2)

    The second problem works the same way.

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