To solve this worksheet, students should have a deep understanding of translation and coordinate planes. Students need to find the coordinates of the given points and then identify the translation. For example, if the coordinates of the given points are P(1,1) and Q(6,3) and point P is translated to point Q, then the rule of translation is (x,y)→(x+5,y+2). It means point P is to translate 5 units to the right and 2 units up.

To solve this worksheet, students should have a deep understanding of translation and coordinate planes. Students need to find the coordinates of the given points and then identify the translation. For example, if the coordinates of the given points are P(1,1) and Q(6,3) and point P is translated to point Q, then the rule of translation is (x,y)→(x+5,y+2). It means point P is to translate 5 units to the right and 2 units up.

To solve this worksheet, students should have a deep understanding of translation and coordinate planes. Students need to find the coordinates of the given points and then identify the translation. For example, if ...

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