10. Parallelogram QRST with vertices Q(2, -1), R(7, 1), S(6, -2), and T(1, -4):

(a) Reflection: in the line y = x

(b) Translation: (x, y)=(x - 3, y - 7)

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(a) Reflection: in the line y = x

(b) Translation: (x, y)=(x - 3, y - 7)

step-by-step explanation:

hans did not square the 40-unit side; he merely multiplied it by 2. incorrect.

[tex]Hans wanted to find the length of the hypotenuse of the triangle. which statement correctly identifi[/tex]

what is the your question?

(2,6)

step-by-step explanation:

cause i just did this and got the answer

you're welcome

when rotating a figure 180 degrees, imagine that you are able to take the figure and turn it clockwise or counterclockwise around a center point. to rotate a figure 180 degrees, you will need to apply the rule (x, y) → (-x, -y). start by using a coordinate grid with coordinates for each vertex of the figure. the center point of the coordinate grid is located at (0, 0), which is what you will rotate the figure around. write down the original coordinates of the shape you are going to rotate. then, apply the rule. for example, coordinate (1, 2) becomes (-1, -2). another example would be, coordinate (-4, -2) becoming (4, 2). after you change each original coordinate to the rotated coordinate, you will draw your new figure.

step-by-step explanation:

[tex]Identify the transformation that maps the figure with center (7, 1) onto itself. a) rotate 180° cloc[/tex]