Transformation in the Coordinate Plane Im really bad at these things, what does jt mean by "give the rule for translation"?

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Transformation in the Coordinate Plane Im really bad at these things, what does jt mean by "give the rule for translation"?

[tex]Transformation in the Coordinate Plane Im really bad at these things, what does jt mean by give[/tex]

Understanding what? lol

Ifound this on google “that means that the graph of a function with direct variation has these features: it is a straight line: because the slope is the ratio y/x = k. it passes through the origin (0,0): because y = kx = k (0) = 0.” i hope this you for what your looking for

answer

a,b, and d

explanation

a reflection angle is more than

[tex]\pi \: radians[/tex]

but less than;

[tex]2 \pi \: radians[/tex]

an angle that measures

[tex]\frac{4 \pi}{3} \: radians[/tex]

is a reflex angle.(true)

an angle that measures less than

[tex]\frac{\pi}{2}[/tex]

is acute.(true)

provided we are considering angles greater or equal to zero.

an acute angle lies in the range.

[tex]0 \leqslant \theta \: < \frac{\pi}{2}[/tex]

an obtuse angle is less than 180° but more than 90°

an angle that measures 300° is obtuse (false)

an angle that measures 65° is an acute angle.(true)

[tex]Mark all the statements that are true[/tex]

what graph

step-by-step explanation: