I want example of an undefined term and a defined term in geometry and explaining the difference between an undefined term and a defined term.

Globokim8
2020-12-24
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I want example of an undefined term and a defined term in geometry and explaining the difference between an undefined term and a defined term.

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Answered 2020-12-25
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A point, line, or plane is an undefinable term. Angles are an example of a defined terms. Concepts that are not defined alone can be used to define other terms. More concepts can be defined by combining defined terms with other defined terms and with undefined ones.

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Define Transformation.

Write down the properties of Linear transformation and rotational transformation.

Write down the properties of Linear transformation and rotational transformation.

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For the V vector space contains all

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Let

Getting Started: To prove that T is the zero transformation, you need to show that

(i) Let v be an arbitrary vector in V such that

(ii) Use the definition and properties of linear transformations to rewrite

(iii) Use the fact that

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Whether the function is a linear transformation or not.

$T\text{}:\text{}{R}^{2}\to {R}^{3},T(x,y)=(\sqrt{x},xy,\sqrt{y})$

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The graph $y=-2(\frac{3}{2}-{e}^{3-x})$ by:

a) Performing the necessary algebra so that the function is in the proper form (i.e., the transformations are in the proper order).

b) Listing the transformations in the order that they are to be applied.

c) Marking the key point and horizontal asymptote.

a) Performing the necessary algebra so that the function is in the proper form (i.e., the transformations are in the proper order).

b) Listing the transformations in the order that they are to be applied.

c) Marking the key point and horizontal asymptote.

asked 2022-02-13

Triangle ABC has vertices $A(1,3),B(-2,-1)\text{}\text{and}\text{}C(3,-2)$. Graph $\mathrm{\u25b3}ABC$ and its image after the indicated composite transformation.

First transformation: Translation: along $(x,y)\to (x+2,y)$

Second Transformation: Reflection across y-axis.

Coordinate of B after translation

B'( ?, ?).

Coordinate of B after Reflection

B''( ?, ?)