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Which polygon appears to be regular? A. Figure A B. Figure B C. Figure C D. Figure D

Answer:

The coordinates of the new image will be:

      A'(-3,3)

      B'(-4,-1)

      C'(2,-1)

       D'(1,3)

Step-by-step explanation:

We know that when a figure is translated k units down and h units to the left then each of  the vertices of the figure is transformed by the rule:

             (x,y) → (x-h,y-k)

Here the polygon is translated 2 units down and 4 units left.

Hence, the vertices are transformed by the rule:

              (x,y) → (x-4,y-2)

Hence, we get:

A(1,5) → A'(1-4,5-2)=A'(-3,3)

B(0,1) → B'(0-4,1-2)=B'(-4,-1)

C(6,1) → C'(6-4,1-2)=C'(2,-1)

D(5,5) → D'(5-4,5-2)=D'(1,3)

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