Figure ABCD is translated down by 6 units: y B 4 A 2 D C 1 х -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 -3 -5 Which of the following best describes the sides of the transformed figure A'B'C'D'? (1 point) O A'D' || A'B O A'B'|| BC O D'C'|| A'D O A'D'|| B'C'

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Figure ABCD is translated down by 6 units: y B 4 A 2 D C 1 х -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 -3 -5 Which of the following best describes the sides of the transformed figure A'B'C'D'? (1 point) O A'D' || A'B O A'B'|| BC O D'C'|| A'D O A'D'|| B'C'

LO = 6 units ⇒ B

Step-by-step explanation:

Translation does not change the size or the shape of the figure

∵ Quadrilateral ABCD is translated down and left to form

quadrilateral OLMN

∴ The image of side AB is side OL

∴ The image of side BC is side LM

∴ The image of side CD is side MN

∴ The image of side AD is side ON

∵ AB = 6 units

∵ Translation does not change the size of the figure

∴ The image of AB = 6 units

∵ The image of AB is OL

∴ The length of OL = 6 units

∵ OL = LO

∴ LO = 6 units

Translation does not affect angles or side lengths. Sides that are parallel before translation remain parallel after translation.

The only parallel sides in this figure are AD and BC, so the only reasonable choice is ...

... A'D' ║ B'C'

The sides would still be the same. If the figure ABCD was a square, it would remain the same because all of the points are equally translated down 6 units. Whatever shape the original figure was, it will remain the same, just in a different location.

1. ABCD is shifted some units down, and then some othe units left.

2. The figure is just moved, not reflected, not diluted. So the distances are preserved

3. ABCD is translated to OLMN mean that AB has been translated to OL, so length of LO=OL=AB= 6 units

The answer is LO 6 units

Step-by-step explanation:

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[tex]Quadrilateral ABCD is translated down and left to form quadrilateral OLMN. Quadrilateral A B C D is[/tex]

The correct option is 2. The length of LO is 6 units.

Step-by-step explanation:

Translation is a rigid transformation. It means the image and preimage are congruent.

It is given that quadrilateral ABCD is translated down and left to form quadrilateral OLMN. It means after a rigid transformation OLMN is the image of ABCD. So,

[tex]ABCD\cong OLMN[/tex]

Now, we can say that

[tex]AB\cong OL[/tex]

[tex]6\cong OL[/tex] [tex][\becasue AB=6][/tex]

[tex]6\cong LO[/tex] [tex][\becasue Reflexive property, LO=OL][/tex]

Therefore the length of LO is 6 units and the correct option is 2.

6units

Step-by-step explanation:

ABCD is translated to OLMN which meansthat AB has been translated to OL, so length of OLmust be equal to AB

Thus OL=6units

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6 units. AB and LO are congruent sides, and if AB= 6 units, then LO would be the same.

6 units.

Step-by-step explanation:

A translation is called a rigid transformation or isometry. It is a transformation that preserves congruence.

This means that all of the image sides will be congruent to the pre-image sides.

Based on the statement we are given, we know that AB and OL correspond. This means that the length of AB in the pre-image will be the same as the length of OL in the image, or 6 units.