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- 1. yx
- 2. y A translation is a horizontal and/or a vertical slide. B Cx A D B C Square ABCD is the original shape. The A D new shape, Square A’B’C’D’ is called the “image”.
- 3. yDraw an arrow from yellow triangle to the bluetriangle to show the direction of the slide and then give the distance. How did the x- and y-coordinatesx change?How did the x- and y-coordinates change?
- 4. y Translations are determined by a rule. The rule looks like this: (x, y) (x +/-#, y +/- #)x A B C DTranslate the figure 4 to the right and 3 up. This rule would be written as: (x, y) (x + 4, y + 3)
- 5. Translate the figure 4 to the y left and 3 down Ax C B What is the rule for this translation? (x, y) (x - 4, y – 3)
- 6. y What is the rule for this translation? Ax C BTranslate the figure 3 down and 2 to the right. (x, y) (x + 2, y – 3)
- 7. 1. Translate the triangle right 3 units, then 7 units down.

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