Which is a rule that describes the translation of a point from (–5, 4) to (–1, 2)? A. (x, y) arrow(x – 4, y – 2) B. (x, y) arr

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Which is a rule that describes the translation of a point from (–5, 4) to (–1, 2)?
A. (x, y) arrow(x – 4, y – 2)
B. (x, y) arrow(x + 4, y – 2)
C. (x, y) arrow(x + 4, y + 2)
D. (x, y) arrow(x – 4, y + 2)

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Madelyn 4 weeks 2021-12-26T07:46:32+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-12-26T07:48:04+00:00

    Answer:

    B

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Given the translation (- 5, 4 ) → (- 1, 2 )

    Note the x- coordinate of the translation is 4 more than the x- coordinate of the original x- coordinate, that is – 5 → – 1 is + 4

    The y- coordinate of the translation is 2 less than the y- coordinate of the original y- coordinate, that is 4 → 2 is – 2

    Thus the translation rule is

    (x, y ) → (x + 4, y – 2 ) → B

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