MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# A triangle has vertices at L(2, 2), M(4, 4), and N(1, 6). The triangle is transformed according to the rule R0, 180°. Which statements are true regarding the transformation? Check all that apply. The rule for the transformation is (x, y) → (–x, –y). The coordinates of L' are (–2,–2). The coordinates of M' are (–4,4). The coordinates of N' are (6,–1). The coordinates of N' are (–1,–6).

Accepted Solution

A:

A rotation of a point on the coordinate system for 180 degrees about the origin results in (x, y) → (-x, -y).

Given that the coordinate of L is (2, 2), then the coordinates of L' is (-2, -2).

Given that the coordinates of N is (1, 6), then the coordinate of N' is (-1. -6)

Therefore, the statements that are true regarding the transformation are:

The rule for the transformation is (x, y) → (–x, –y).

The coordinates of L' are (–2,–2).

The coordinates of N' are (–1,–6).

Given that the coordinate of L is (2, 2), then the coordinates of L' is (-2, -2).

Given that the coordinates of N is (1, 6), then the coordinate of N' is (-1. -6)

Therefore, the statements that are true regarding the transformation are:

The rule for the transformation is (x, y) → (–x, –y).

The coordinates of L' are (–2,–2).

The coordinates of N' are (–1,–6).