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APPLICATION Lisa is designing a computer animation. She has a set of coordinates for the

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APPLICATION Lisa is designing a computer animation. She has a set of coordinates for the arrow in the lower left. She wants the arrow to move to the upper-right position. a. Describe the transformation that moves the arrow to the upper-right position. b. Define the coordinates of any point in the image using (x, y) as the coordinates of any point in the original figure. c. Lisa decides that a single move is too sudden. She thinks that moving the arrow little by little, in 20 frames, would look better. How should she define the coordinates of any point in each new image using (x, y) as the coordinates of any point in the figure in the previous frame?

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Textbook: Discovering Algebra: An Investigative Approach
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Author: Jerald Murdock, Ellen Kamischke, Eric Kamischke
ISBN: 9781559537636

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