Translations on the Coordinate Plane

How to Graph Translations on the Coordinate Plane

How to Graph Translations on the Coordinate Plane

This article teaches you how to Graph Translations on the Coordinate Plane in a few simple steps. Step by step guide to Graph Translations on the Coordinate Plane Translation on the coordinate plane is sliding a point or figure in any direction without any changes in size or shape. In fact, during translation, the coordinates of the vertices of a figure or point change, and they slide left or right, up, or down without changing size or shape. Translations in a coordinate plane can be described by this coordinate notation: \((x, y)→(x+a, y+b)\), where \(a\) and \(b\) are constants....
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