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## On a coordinate plane, 2 right triangles are shown. The first triangle has points A (negative 1, 3), B (negative 1, 1), C (3, 1). The second

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On a coordinate plane, 2 right triangles are shown. The first triangle has points A (negative 1, 3), B (negative 1, 1), C (3, 1). The second triangle has points A prime (2, negative 2), B prime (2, negative 4), C prime (6, negative 4).

Which statements are true about triangle ABC and its translated image, A’B’C’? Select two options.

The rule for the translation can be written as T–5, 3(x, y).

The rule for the translation can be written as T3, –5(x, y).

The rule for the translation can be written as

(x, y) → (x + 3, y – 3).

The rule for the translation can be written as

(x, y) → (x – 3, y – 3).

Triangle ABC has been translated 3 units to the right and 5 units down.

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Answer:it is A on edg

Step-by-step explanation:took the quiz

Answer:Its is A

Step-by-step explanation:The rule for the translation can be written as T–5, 3(x, y).