Two points in a transformation are J'(-2,5) and J(0, 4). Which of the following translations was used? (x+ 2, Y – 1) (x – 2, y +

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Two points in a transformation are J'(-2,5) and J(0, 4). Which of the following translations was used?
(x+ 2, Y – 1)
(x – 2, y + 1)
(x – 2. y – 1)
(x + 2 y + 1)

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Hailey 3 weeks 2021-09-29T02:12:44+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-29T02:14:15+00:00

    (x-2, y+1)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Translation is nothing but moving a shape without flipping or rotating the shape. The shape after translation looks to be the same as of the pre-image, like the side lengths, angles remains the same, but position of the shape alone changes.

    J(0,4) When it is translated by (x-2, y+1) we will get the shape in the different place as J'(-2,5).

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