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name the image of z(-11,-6) along the translation vector? Solution You need to determine the location of the point z(-11,-6), hence you should find that the point is in quadrant 3 since both coordinates are negative. Linking the coordinates of the point z to coordinates of origin yields a line that represents the bisector of the quadrant 3 and the support of vector `bar r` . The image of the point is on the line that joins the point z to origin and the distance from z to origin needs to be equal to the distance from image point z\' to origin, hence, the point z\' is in quadrant 1. Since the coordinates of image point in quadrant 1 are both positive, then z\'(11,6)..

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- name the image of z(-11,-6) along the translation vector? Solution You need to determine the location of the point z(-11,-6), hence you should find that the point is in quadrant 3 since both coordinates are negative. Linking the coordinates of the point z to coordinates of origin yields a line that represents the bisector of the quadrant 3 and the support of vector `bar r` . The image of the point is on the line that joins the point z to origin and the distance from z to origin needs to be equal to the distance from image point z' to origin, hence, the point z' is in quadrant 1. Since the coordinates of image point in quadrant 1 are both positive, then z'(11,6).

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