Describe and apply properties of translations. Use coordinate points to represent relationships between translated figures.
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Triangle $${ABC}$$ is translated 3 units down and 5 units to the right to create triangle $${A’B’C’}$$.
Angle $${ABC}$$ is translated as shown below. Use the translation to answer the questions that follow.
Below are the coordinate points from an original figure and a translated figure.
$$A(1,2) \rightarrow A' (-1, -1)$$
$$B(-1,4) \rightarrow B'(-3,1)$$
$$C(5,4) \rightarrow C' (3,1)$$
Describe the translation that occurred.
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Figure $${QRSTU}$$ undergoes a translation that takes it 4 units left and 2 units down. Use the diagram to answer the questions that follow.
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