Hello everyone, I'm new to MathHelpForum and I have recently been taking Grade 10 math classes (I'm grade 9 going into grade 10, took classes to get an opportunity to be ahead of my grade 10 class), so I've been stuck on this problem involving Co-ordinates and Geometry, and now that I have introduced myself here it is:
A see-saw has its pivot at P(2,3) and one end at A (-2,-3). find the co-ordinates of the other end.
Could someone explain to me how I could find the co-ordinates of the other end? I've been confusing myself with distance formulas and such with this question..., help would be appreciated, thank you.
well, I figured the pivot point was the midpoint already, but I appreciate the help.
So I found that if I calculated the slope between point P and point A, I could use the slope to find the other end of the see-saw(point B),
Thanks!, the answer should be...(6,9).
Time to tag this thread as solved...