How To Subtract Coordinates?

How would you find the distance between two points if the line segment that connects them were horizontal?

A subtract the Y-coordinates of the points and take the absolute value B add the x-coordinates of the points and take absolute value C subtract the x-coordinates of the points and take the absolute value D add the Y-coordinates of the points and take the absolute value

C subtract the x-coordinates of the points and take the absolute value

just because it is a horizontal.
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Which of the following changes to the coordinates of the vertices of a figure would not change the dimensions?

A The x- and y-coordinates of the vertices are tripled. B The x-coordinates of the vertices are doubled. C Four is added to the x-coordinates of the vertices and three is subtracted from the y-coordinates of the vertices. D Three is added to the x-coordinates of the vertices and the y-coordinates of the vertices are halved.

If you add or subtract, that just moves the coordinates, but doesn't change the dimensions. However, anything that multiplies or divides the coordinates will *scale* the shape and change its dimensions:

A) --> tripling is a multiplying which will change the dimensions
B) --> doubling is also a multiplying
C) --> adding 4 and subtracting 3 will not affect the dimensions
D) --> adding 3 won't affect the horizontal dimension, but halving the y coordinates will affect the vertical.

C Four is added to the x-coordinates of the vertices and three is subtracted from the y-coordinates of the vertices.

How do I translate a graph 3 units to the left?

I think you add 3 units to all the y coordinates, then graph it, but it doesn't seem to be adding up (no pun intended). The new graph moved up, not to the left. Can somebody help me please?

Subtract three units from all the x coordinates. X coordinates deal with left and right, Y deals with up and down.

Find the length of vectors?

Given P and Q have the coordinates of P(-3,4,-1) and Q(2,-6,5) , find: (i) the length of vector PQ (ii) the angle between the vector OP and OQ

This question is not too difficult:
You subtract the individual coordinates of Q, from the individual coordinates of P.
take each of those numbers and "square" each one.
Add them together --- and take the square root.
That gives you the unit length.:

P-Q:

Take the square root of : ((-3)- (2))^2 + ((4) - (-6))^2 + ((-1) - 5))^2

Length of vector = Sq Rt of: (-5)^2 + (10^2 + (-6)^2 = Square Root of 161

Length of Vector = 12.69

http://www.intmath.com/vectors/7-vectors-in-3d-space.php

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normed_vector_space

Mayan Stones in Assassins Creed Black Flag?

I'm trying to get the Mayan outfit on AC4 and to do that I need all the Mayan stones. I have collected 13/16 but I can't find the other three any where. I could really use a hand in knowing where they are! Thanks in advance

Found this list about a month ago, I've only tried a few but it seems accurate

Note: Complete all 16 Mayan symbol puzzles to unlock the Mayan Outfit on Tulum (72, 404)

Symbol #1:

Island: Great Inagua
Map Coordinates: Story-related. Completed during DNA Sequence 4, Memory 1.
Symbol #2:

Island: Cat Island
Map Coordinates: 736, 692
Symbol #2:

Island: Mantanzas
Map Coordinates: 340, 643
Symbol #4:

Island: Cape Bonavista
Map Coordinates: 180, 594
Symbol #5:

Island: Tulum
Map Coordinates: 71, 402
Symbol #6:

Island: Pinos Isle
Map Coordinates: 337, 475
Symbol #7:

Island: Pinos Isle
Map Coordinates: 344, 476
Symbol #8:

Island: Tortuga
Map Coordinates: 875, 379
Symbol #9:

Island: Long Bay
Map Coordinates: 524, 255
Symbol #10:

Island: Isla Providencia
Map Coordinates: 503, 45
Symbol #11:

Island: Isla Providencia
Map Coordinates: 505, 43
Symbol #12:

Island: New Bone
Map Coordinates: 434, 113
Symbol #13:

Island: Misteriosa
Map Coordinates: 302, 120
Symbol #14:

Island: Misteriosa
Map Coordinates: 295, 197
Symbol #15:

Island: Santanillas
Map Coordinates: 214, 244
Symbol #16:

Island: Santanillas
Map Coordinates: 224, 243