he vertices of a figure are given. Find the coordinates of the figure after the transformations given.
F(−9,−9),G(−3,−6),H(−3,−9)
Dilate with respect to the origin using a scale factor of 23. Then translate 6 units up.
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multiply all the coordinates by 23 (or, fix your typo first)
Then add 6 to all the y values 👍
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