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**Answer:**

y=mx+b

**Step-by-step explanation:**

m is the slope

b is the y-intercept

Complete Question

The endpoints of a segment are M(2,5) and N(8,-1). What are the new endpoints of it if it is translated along the vector <-2,3>

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

From the question we are told that

Generally the translation along the vector <-2,3> is mathematically given as

Therefore

Generally the new endpoints are are mathematically given

**Answer and Step-by-step explanation:**

First, you want to graph the line of x = -1. This line is simply a vertical line running through (-1, 0).

The coordinates of each of the points are:

G(5, 9)

F(8, 9)

D(5, 6)

E(8, 6)

When we reflect point G over the line x = -1, we will get a point with the same y-coordinate, but with a different x-coordinate. Since 5 is 6 units away from -1, when you reflect G, the new x-coordinate will be -1 - 6 = -7. So, the new point for G is (-7, 9).

By similar reasoning for all the other points, we have:

F'(-10, 9)

D'(-7, 6)

E'(-10, 6)

Finally, just graph the points G'(-7, 9), F'(-10, 9), D'(-7, 6), and E'(-10, 6), and that's your new shape.

Hope this helps!