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i'll give you some points or something if you could just please help me. (: ha im in tech math, (not good not good.) so im not too great at this stuff. this is the link with the homework im working on currently.. http://www.tcnj.edu/~rinaldi2/dilations.htm just scroll to the bottom of the page. my teacher isn't really the most creative person, and you can google all of the worksheets she "makes." but anywho! i'm only having problems on 2-5. so if you could possibly explain to me how to do them, and answers would be great too! thanks a lot! im aware that it does that.. i just don't know how to solve the problem!physics - reference frame question. stuck, please help.?
hi, i am doing a physics worksheet and and currently stuck on three questions. if you can provide/explain the answer, that would be great, so that i can understand. a) mountain a and mt b are 1000km apart and are blown up with explosives (im assuming they are using lots of explosives lol). you are at the base of mt b and see that two explode simultaneously. your friend is exactly halfway between the the two mountains, does he see the explosions happen simultaneously. yes or no? explain. part b of the same question: b) a rocket flies by 0.8c (doesnt state direction). will the people in the rocket see the explosions as simultaneous? a second question was proposed in class today. wondering if you can help with that as well: question 2: you travel across america (3000miles, 4800km) from one side to another (didnt say in which direction), at a constant velocity of 300m/s. will you be older or younger than the people who stayed at home. by how much?please help me with the algebra problem?
okay we got a worksheet today, and it is something we have done in the past. but these problems are confusing me. i know how to do dilations on the coordinate plane, but there is something that it stumping me. the problems go like this, "triangle pqr has vertices p(2,6), q(6,12), and r(10,6). triangle pqr is dilated by a scale factor of 1/3 and has the origin as the center of the dilation. what are the coordinates of q'? (q'= q prime) i don't know what "origin as the center" is! i know i did this back in 7th grade but i don't remember what the "origin" is. i can't answer these problems correctly unless i know. i am so sorry that this is so confusing but if you can tell what the heck the origin is that would really help please help with my math b.?
i was sick for a whole week, and i have a test in two days for material i never learned -_-. these are just example problems i have on a worksheet but if you guys can post the answers and a how to on how to do this type of stuff it would probably help me greatly. 1. find the coordinates of the image (2,4) under transformation ry-axis t2-5 2. if p(4,-3) is transformed under the dilation d-2, what is the image of p' 3. what are the coordinates of p1, the image of the point p(2,3) under the same translation. 4. a translation mads(1,4) onto (7,-3). write the image of (5,10) under the same translation. 5. what is the image that results from this composition of transformations rx-axis r90degrees (-3,0) i tried to type these out as best as i can but some have numbers under the base and i didn't know how to do that so i just wrote it as normal. thanks again.open question: high school geometry help?!?
can you explain how to get the answer to these two problems? or possibly explain this in english?! i'm hopelessly lost :/ directions: use the origin as the center of the dilation and the given scale factor to find the coordinates of the vertices of the image of the polygon. [i can't get the images on here, but i'll give the coordinates of the images.] 10. k=2; triangle coordinates [right triangle]: l=(3,0) m=(0,5) n=(3,5) 11. k=1/2; triangle coordinates: g=(2,8) h=(6,6) i=(4,2) we didn't cover this material in class, and i've looked everywhere i can. i don't know how to find problems like these on homework help sites, so i thought i'd go here and do my best at explaining it. simple, detailed explainations are best for me! thanks for the help. :d the polygons are ploted on my worksheet, but i couldn't get the images on to yahoo! answers. i don't know what the question is asking for, or how to complete it.
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