A dilation with scale factor -3 maps X to Xprime and Y to Yprime. Given XprimeYprime = 2, find XY
(Should I post this? If not I will gladly delete this.)
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Omi's answer from May 2018
Referring back to old answers is perfectly acceptable. ... usually encouraged.
I was a bit shocked to see how Omi had effectively done someones assignment for them but it was a long time ago.
If I saw a post like that today i would delete it but the individual answers are fine.
I think I will just add the answer, giving Omi credit for it of course. Just in case the assignment has been repeated in its entirity.
Thanks you for finding, and posting it.
Your welcome?!?!? Next time I'll try to credit the user- and put a picture if I'm not lazy-
Not trying to be rude or anything, but its decently easy, I copy and paste the whole thing, and look at results.
@below(Ahhhh the pictures to big)
No, you have misunderstood. I did not explain myself well.
For most posts, what you did was perfect!
I have hidden the original post because it was a great string of questions and I do not want people to think it is ok to do that.
It is not ok, we are not here to do the entirity of people's homework for them.
That is the only reason I posted the pic, i did not want the original to be visible.
If it had been any normal post then what you did was perfect.
By giving a link you are automatically giving the writer the credit.