Look at the following L-shapes drawn on xy-coordinate axes.

**Shape** **A** has been translated, or shifted, to land on **Shape B**.

This has been done by moving each point 5 squares to the right and 2 squares up.

Look at the corner at** (-1, -5)**.

Add 5 to the x-coordinate to get -1 + 5 =** 4**

Add 2 to the y-coordinate to get -5 + 2 = **-3**

This gives the corner of the translated point at** (4, -3)**.

Notice that in translations, the shapes are **not **rotated or reflected.

They stay **the same way up**, but are just in a **different place** on the grid.

**Example**

Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.

On which triangle does** Triangle B** land when it is translated:

3 squares to the right and 1 square up

**Answer**

Move each corner of **Triangle B** 3 squares to the right and 1 square up and it will land on:

**Triangle C**