Two transformations take place, the resultant change is A(x,y) ---A''(x+4, y-6), This is a result of a reflection in the y axis followed by a _________ (translation, reflection, rotation). I have the answer give by teacher as a "reflection, but

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  1. Science

    Which observation most likely indicates that a physical change has taken place?(1 point) A. A reaction occurs. B. An odor occurs. C. The temperature increases. D. The process is reversible. Why is freezing water a physical change?(1 point) A. A temperature

  2. Geometry

    12. To describe a sequence of transformations that maps triangle ABC onto triangle A''B''C'', a student starts with a reflection x-axis. `How should the student complete a sequence of transformations to map ABC onto triangle A''B''C''?

  3. Algebra2

    What transformations change the graph of (f)x to the graph of g(x)? f(x) = -7x² ; g(x) = -35x²+5

  4. Science

    Physical vs. Chemical Change Quick Check Connection 8 A 1-Which observation most likely indicates that only a chemical change has taken place? 2-Which changes shown in the table are physical changes? 3-Why is it a physical change to freeze water? 4-Which

  5. physical science a: physical vs chemical change

    Which observation most likely indicates that only a chemical change has taken place?(1 point) A reaction occurs. The shape changes. The change cannot be reversed. States of matter changes. Which changes shown in the table are physical changes? (1 point) 1

  6. Physics

    What is the resultant of two displacement vectors having the same direction? a. The resultant is the sum of the two displacements having the same direction as the original vectors. b. The resultant is the difference of the two displacements having the same

  7. maths

    Resultant of 2 vectors P & Q is inclined at 45 to either of them. What is the magnitude of resultant vector?

  8. Math-functions

    A function, y = f(x), originally has a domain of x equal or bigger than 4 and a range of y equal or smaller than 1. Determine the new domain and range of y=-2f(-x+5)+1 after applying all transformations. (Hint: Sketch the graph&apply the transformations)

  9. statics /physics

    The bracket is subjected to the two forces shown. Express each force in Cartesian vector form and then determine the resultant force FR. Given that F2 = 410 N. Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units.

  10. Math

    To describe a sequence of transformations that maps triangle ABC onto triangle A''B''C'', a student starts with a reflection over the x-axis. How should the student complete the sequence of transformations to map triangle ABC onto triangle A''B''C''?

  11. AP Chemistry

    I am fairly sure that a) is no change, and c) is shifts to the right...but I am not sure about b) and d). Thanks. How does the equilibrium position shift as a result of each of the following disturbances? Sodium bicarbonate undergoes thermal decomposition

  12. physics

    Three vectors are shown in Fig. 3-32 (A = 60.0 , B = 56.0°). Their magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. Determine the sum of the three vectors. (a) Give the resultant in terms of components. (b) What is the magnitude of the resultant? What is the

  13. statics /physics

    figure: session.masteringengineering.com/problemAsset/2071971/2/Hibbler_ch4_f38.jpg Determine the resultant force and specify where it acts on the beam measured from A. Assume p= 170 lb/ft. Express your answer to three significant figures and include the

  14. algebra

    Identify the transformations of the graph of ƒ (x) = x 3 that produce the graph of the given function g (x). Then graph g (x) on the same coordinate plane as the graph of ƒ (x) by applying the transformations to the reference points (-1, -1), (0, 0) ,

  15. physics

    Three vectors are shown in Fig. 3-32 (A = 62.0 , B = 58.0°). Their magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. Determine the sum of the three vectors. (a) Give the resultant in terms of components. Rx = Ry = (b) What is the magnitude of the resultant? What

  16. Physics

    Two forces whose resultant is 10N are perpendicular to each other. If one of them makes an angle of 60 degree with the resultant,calculate its magnitude

  17. algebra

    Identify the transformations of the graph of ƒ (x) = x 3 that produce the graph of the given function g (x). Then graph g (x) on the same coordinate plane as the graph of ƒ (x) by applying the transformations to the reference points (-1, -1), (0, 0) ,

  18. physics

    four forces 8N,6n,2n and 4n act on a point O in the directions north,east,south and west respectively,find the magnitude of their result and the direction of their resultant force.

  19. physics

    Two forces ,whose resultant is 100N are perpendicular to each other .if one of them makes an angle of 60degrees with the resultant calculate its magnitude

  20. physics

    Two forces who's resultant is 10N,are perpendicular to each other if one of them make an angle 60 degree with their resultant. Calculate its magnitude.

  21. biology

    Choose ONE animal species. Your goal is to describe the way in which an evolutionary change might occur for a particular characteristic (trait) of a population of that species as a result of natural selection. The characteristic (trait) could be something

  22. math

    the graph of y=f(x) is transformed into y=-f(1/3x+9)+8. a.Describe the transformations in correct sequence. b.Is there any other sequence of transformations that could produce the final graph? If so, describe all possible ones.

  23. physics

    two forces whose resultant is 80N are perpendicular to each other,if one of them makes an angle 60degree with resultant.calculate its magnitude.

  24. science

    1.) what energy transformation are taking place when a ball is dropped from 1.0 m, bounces and tries to 0.80 m, bounces again and rises to 0.64m? What is the efficiency of the energy transformations of ball during a bounce?

  25. physics

    four forces 8N 6n 2n and 4n act on a point O in the directionsnorth east south and west respectively find the magnitude of their result and the direction of their resultant force

  26. MATH

    Find the angle between the forces given the magnitude of their resultant. (Hint: Write force 1 as a vector in the direction of the positive x-axis and force 2 as a vector at an angle θ with the positive x-axis. Round your answer to one decimal place.)

  27. mystery number math please help

    This number has 7 digits The digit in the ten thousands place is 9 The digit in the hundreds place is 3 times greater than the digit in the ones place The digit in the millions place is the difference between the tens place and the thousands place The

  28. english

    The condition which would NOT require beginning a new paragraph? 1.change in time 2.change in place 3.new sentence 4.new speaker

  29. Physics

    Two forces whose resultant is 100N are perpendicular to each other. If one of them makes an angle of 60° with the resultant, calculate its magnitude.

  30. algebra

    Consider the equation y=-2√3x-12 -5 a. Write the equation in function notation, y=af(k(x-c))+d. b. Describe the transformations that have taken place from base the function.

  31. algebra

    I don't understand the answer: Identify the transformations of the graph of ƒ (x) = x 3 that produce the graph of the given function g (x). Then graph g (x) on the same coordinate plane as the graph of ƒ (x) by applying the transformations to the

  32. Algebra

    Which best describes your ability to work with transformations in the coordinate plane? A. I can graph translations, reflections, and rotations in the coordinate plane. I can use math vocabulary to describe these transformations. B. I can graph

  33. Mechanics

    What is the decrease in elevation of a 4-kg body whose kinetic energy increases from 20 J to 100 J as a result of moving downward along an inclined plane? set Potential energy change equal to KE change mgh= change in KE thanks a lot!

  34. pre calculus

    2. Graph the following function using transformations. Be sure to graph all of the stages on one graph. State the domain and range. y= -2 lxl +2 For example, if you were asked to graph y= x^2 + 1 using transformations, you would show the graph of y= x^2

  35. Physics

    A brass rod 50.0 cm long expands 0.0734 cm when heated. Find the temperature change. Using the equation Change in temp=change in length/original length * coefficient of linear expansion for brass I am getting the following result: .0734 cm/(1.9x10^-5)(50

  36. Physic

    Two forces whose resultant is 100N are per pendicular to each other.if one of them makes an angle of 60•with the resultant, calculate the magnitude

  37. Physics

    Two force whose resultant is 10N are papendicular to each other if one of them make an angle of 60° with the resultant calculate it's magnitude/size

  38. maths

    For each of the following linear transformations, write down its matrix and describe the transformation a) g(x,y)=(4x,6y) b) h(x,y)=(x+2y,y) c) k(x,y)=(y,x) so I have worked out the matrices: (4 0 0 6) (1 2 0 1) (0 1 1 0) Not sure what the transformations

  39. science

    how can i create a drawing that demonstrates the energy transformations that would take place in order to provide power for an appliance

  40. physical science

    Trace the energy transformations from gasoline in a car to sound from the radio playing hitting your ears. There should be 4 transformations. please help me i only have a couple of hours left til i have to turn it in.

  41. Pre-Calc

    Describe the difference between transformations and nonrigid transformations.

  42. Functions

    Describe the following transformations on y=x^2: y=-4(2x+10)^2-7 I really don’t understand transformations, please help

  43. Geometry

    I appreciate any help you can give me. Here is my question: Find the coordinates of the images of A(2,3), and B(-2,3) under the following transformations. Assume that all size transformations are centered at the origin. a. A size transformation with scale

  44. ENGLISH

    Ovid's poetry is a source of classical mythology. His poetry itself is very creative and beautiful. His most famous and familiar are myths, including the stories of Dophne, pyramus and Apollo. The main theme of the Metamorphoses is “change”. Ovid’s

  45. Managerial ECON

    Suppose that during a given year: (1) the price of TV sets increases by 4% in Japan, (2) the dollar depreciates by 5% with respect to the yen, (3) the consumers’ incomes in the U.S. increase by 3%, (4) the price of elasticity of demand for imported TV

  46. language arts

    •What are some factors that motivate people? Does every action have a motivation? •To what extent can goals and behaviors change as a result of learning? •Why are some people more motivated than others? Can we learn to be more motivated? •What

  47. Math

    Place twelve $10 bill on the place value template then exchange ten of the bill for one $100 bill and write the result in expanded form

  48. Math

    Place twelve $10 bill on the place value template. Then exchange ten of the bill for one $100 bill and write the result in expanded form

  49. college algebra

    Question 638522: Graph the following function using transformations. Be sure to graph all of the stages on one graph. State the domain and range. For example, if you were asked to graph y= x^2+ 1 using transformations, you would show the graph of y = x^2

  50. Chemistry

    Given N2(g) + 3H2 = 2NH3(g), which scenario will allow you to eventually reach an equillibrium mixture involving these chemicals? A. Place only H2 into a sealed vessel. B.Place only NH3 into a sealed vessel. C.Place only N2 into a sealed vessel. D.All of

  51. college algebra

    Graph the following function using transformations. Be sure to graph all of the stages on one graph. State the domain and range. For example, if you were asked to graph y= x^2+11 using transformations, you would show the graph of y = x^2 and the graph

  52. Physic

    Two point charges of magnitude +3.0 nC and +2.0 nC respectively are placed 2.0cm apart. Calculate the resultant electric field strength at their midpont(where the positive test charge are place at the midpoint)

  53. Geometry

    Hello! So Geometry isn't my strong suit! 😅 Can someone check my answer? Question: To describe a sequence of transformations that maps triangle ABC onto triangle A''B''C'', a student starts with a reflection over the x-axis. How should the student

  54. engineering mechanics

    the greatest and least resultant of two forces are respectively 17 KN and 5 KN. determine the angle between two force when their resultant is root 144 KN.

  55. physics

    Two forces whose resultant is 10N,are perpendicular to each other.if one of them makes an angle of 60 with the resultant,calculate its magnitude

  56. mechanics

    Two forces F1,F2 their resultant is R The measure of the angle between them is 120° if F1 is reversed their resultant become root3R Prove that F1=F2

  57. Calculus

    Let f be the function defined as follows. $ y = f(x) = \sqrt{{\color{red}3} x +{\color{red}10}}$ (a) Find the differential of f. dy = (b) Use your result from part (a) to find the approximate change in y if x changes from 4 to 4.1 (Round your answer to

  58. science

    Resultant of 2 vectors P & Q is inclined at 45 to either of them. What is the magnitude of resultant vector?

  59. Geometry I

    Two transformations take place, the resultant change is A(x,y) ---A''(x+4, y-^, This is a result of a reflection in the y axis followed by a _________ (translation, reflection, rotation). I have the answer give by teacher as a "reflection, but I don't

  60. Geometry I

    Two transformations take place, the resultant change is A(x,y) ---A''(x+4, y-6), This is a result of a reflection in the y axis followed by a _________ (translation, reflection, rotation). I have the answer give by teacher as a "reflection, but I don't

  61. Math

    Explain why transformations result in images that are congruent to the original shapes

  62. Essential Algebra Readiness

    Which best describes your ability to work transformations in the coordinate plane? A.I can graph translations, reflections, and rotations in the coordinate plane. I can use math vocabulary to describe these transformations. B.I can graph translations,

  63. Algebra

    Which best describes your ability to work transformations in the coordinate plane? A.I can graph translations, reflections, and rotations in the coordinate plane. I can use math vocabulary to describe these transformations. B.I can graph translations,

  64. science

    What enregy transformations take place in a solar impulse and a A320?

  65. APUSH

    What transformations in women’s economic role took place in the 1950s-60s?

  66. Science

    How do you determine the molar volume change during the phase transformations by using the coexistence lines?

  67. ELA

    1.Which is the BEST way to improve this sentence? Our leaders believed that was the way to make the country the best it could be. A. Change believed to believe B. Change believed to did not believe C. Change make to made D. Change could be to could not be

  68. World history

    how were the changes that took place in russia as a result of world war 1 different from those that took place in western europe?

  69. Polynomial Functions

    I have to graph some graphs but I don't the main image points for the base function to make transformations. Specfically, f(x)=x^3 f(x)=x^4 f(x)=x^5 and it goes on. How do I find them to make my transformations?

  70. Transformations-Algebra

    I need help with transformations. This is what my instructions say to do: Begin by graphing the standard absolute value function f(x)=|x|. Then use transformations of this graph to graphy the given function. 1. g(x)=|x|+3

  71. Western Experience : Since the sixteenth century

    How did imperialism impact non-western economies? How did Europeans achieve these transformations of local economies? What were the effects of those transformations?

  72. algebra

    Identify the transformations of the graph of ƒ (x) = x 3 that produce the graph of the given function g (x). Then graph g (x) on the same coordinate plane as the graph of ƒ (x) by applying the transformations to the reference points (-1, -1), (0, 0) ,

  73. Pre-Algebra

    Can someone please show me how to solve these problems step-by-step so that I can understand how to do them? 1.Use inverse operations to write a related inequality and solve for the variable: d/6 < 12 2.Use inverse operations to solve the inequality:

  74. Politics

    Whats is an example of a change in political relations between powers that was in part the result of a change in discourse?

  75. English

    We were asked to pick 3 literary elements and explain how they can be affected by setting. I have protagonists and antagonists as one, that they can change due to not being completely rounded just yet - basically in the sense that the characters kind of

  76. ELA

    What are some factors that motivate people? Does every action have a motivation? To what extent can goals and behaviors change as a result of learning? Why are some people more motivated than others? Can we learn to be more motivated? What effects can time

  77. Math please!!!

    Place twelve $10 bill on the place value template. Then exchange ten of the bill for one $100 bill and write the result in expanded form?

  78. Physics

    You have two forces, 106.8 N and 50.8 N. What is their resultant if the first acts upward and the second acts downward? What is the direction of the resultant? What is their resultant if they both act downward? What is the direction of this resultant?

  79. Pre Calculus 12

    Im going over my pre calculus 12 exam, and I need help with one question from the chapter Transformations of graphs and stuff. Combining Transformations 2y = f(5x-10)+8 The original points are (4,6) and the new points I got by translating it and stuff are

  80. sociology

    How much change do you believe has taken place in the racial attitudes of white Southerners in recent decades? What are the primary factors that have produced this change?

  81. Linear Algebra

    2. Suppose that T is a linear transformation from R2 to R4 such that T ((1, 1)) = (3, −1, 4, −3) and T ((2, −1)) = (3, −2, −1, −3). Determine the matrix of T (with respect to the standard bases). 3. Suppose that T is a linear transformation

  82. language arts

    There is this paper that my teacher gave me and its sooooooo confusing.The directions say:change the word at the bottom of each ladder to the word at the top.Change one letter at a time.Rules:1.If the letter is to the right of the step,remove the word and

  83. writing

    Have you ever wondered what the world would be like in the future? According to events taking place now in the world, our future will change drastically. In 50 years, our society, environment, and schools will be greatly affected. Our society will change

  84. Heat and properties of matter

    1. How much pressure do you experience, when you balance a 5kg ball on the tip of your finger which has an area of 1cm square. a. 490 kpa b. 4600 pa c. 34n d. No answer 2. Heat can be define as a. The change in the temprature of a body b. The flow of

  85. physics

    A boy moves 5km eastward and then change his direction towards westward in 4km.calculate his resultant displacement

  86. Physics

    Three equal charge Q each are place in the vertices of an equilateral triangle of side a.What is the resultant force on any one charge due to the other two?

  87. Sci

    What are the 5 signs that show a chemical change has taken place? I wrote: - theres a smell of ordur - change in color - fizzing or bubbling - percipitate forms - difficult to reverse Could you name a couple more please and tell me if those are right.

  88. Physics

    Bob starts spinning his hammer at a rate of 2.00 rad/s^2. At the same time, he starts running towards Jim at 4.00 m/s^2. The distance from the end of the hammer to Bob's elbow is 1.20 m. If Bob takes 3 seconds before he launches the hammer at Jim, what is

  89. Physics

    How do you find the resultant in terms of components, the magnitude of the resultant, and the resulant's angle above the x-axis?

  90. physics

    Two forces whose resultant is 100newton are perpendicular to each other if one of them makes an angle of 60° with the resultant. calculate its magnitude

  91. physics

    Two forces P and Q whose resultant is 10Newtons are at right angles to each other. If P makes 30 degrees with the resultant, determine the magnitude of Q in Newton.

  92. Physics

    Forces of 22N and 226N act on the same object at an angle of 40° to each other. Find the resultant force and the direction of the resultant.

  93. Science

    Two forces whose resultant vector is 100newtons,are perpendicular to each other.if one of them makes an angle of 60degrees with the resultant,calculate its magnitude

  94. AP physics help

    Two identical waves undergo pure constructive interference. How is the resultant intensity related to that of the individual waves? A. resultant intensity is half of wave intensity B. resultant intensity is same as individual wave intensity C. resultant

  95. Physics

    a) You have two forces, 105.5 N and 61.5 N. What is the magnitude of their resultant if the first acts upward and the second acts downward? Answer in units of N. b) What is the direction of the resultant? c) What is the magnitude of their resultant if they

  96. Dynamic Ease

    Two forces P and Q whose resultant is 10Newton are at right angles to each other. If P makes 30 degrees with resultant.Show me the workings of the magnitude of Q in Newton and the diagram of the vectors.

  97. science

    Two forces P and Q whose resultant is 10Newton are at right angles to each other. If P makes 30 degrees with resultant.Show me the workings of the magnitude of Q in Newton and the diagram of the vectors.

  98. science

    Resultant of 2 vectors P and Q is inclined at 45 either of them. What is the magnitude of resultant vector?

  99. science

    Resultant of 2 vectors P and Q is inclined at 30 either of them. What is the magnitude of resultant vector?

  100. Bio

    How does a change in one nucleotide in one triplet code can change the nature of a protein and therefore the form of the trait ? I believe this has something to do with mutations. I know that mutation may result from errors in DNA replication or

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