## A triangle has coordinates F(-2, 3), G(-4,1), and H(-2,-2). The triangle is translated and its image has coordinates F(0,0), G'(-2,-2)

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A triangle has coordinates F(-2, 3), G(-4,1), and H(-2,-2). The triangle is translated and its image has coordinates

F(0,0), G'(-2,-2), and H'(0, -5).

What is the correct rule for the translation?

O (x, y) + (x + 2, Y + 3)

O(x,y) → (X + 2, Y – 3)

O (x,y) → (x – 2, y + 3)

O (x, y) + (x – 3, Y+ 2)

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Answer:B(x, y) (x + 2, y – 3)Step-by-step explanation:Answer:2

Step-by-step explanation:If you add 2 to all the X’s and subtract 3 from all the y’s the original coordinates translate into the image

I hope this help?