09-20-2005, 12:54 PM

Graph the triangle with vertices K(0,0), L(1,2), and M(0,3).

1) apply the transformation T(x,y)=(x+4, y+3). Label the new vertices K, L, and M

2)DRAW A LINE THROUGH K AND K. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE? DRAW A LINE THROUGH L AND L. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE? DRAW A LINE THROUGH M AND M. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE?

3) HOW DO THE SLOPES OF THE LINES RELATE TO THE TRANSFORMATION RULE T(x,y)?

4) BASED ON YOUR RESULTS FROM THIS, MAKE A CONJECTURE ABOUT THE SLOPE OF THE LINE THROUGH K AND K WHEN THE TRANSFORMATION T(x,y)=(x+h, y+k) is applied to point K :(

1) apply the transformation T(x,y)=(x+4, y+3). Label the new vertices K, L, and M

2)DRAW A LINE THROUGH K AND K. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE? DRAW A LINE THROUGH L AND L. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE? DRAW A LINE THROUGH M AND M. WHAT IS ITS SLOPE?

3) HOW DO THE SLOPES OF THE LINES RELATE TO THE TRANSFORMATION RULE T(x,y)?

4) BASED ON YOUR RESULTS FROM THIS, MAKE A CONJECTURE ABOUT THE SLOPE OF THE LINE THROUGH K AND K WHEN THE TRANSFORMATION T(x,y)=(x+h, y+k) is applied to point K :(