Hello, I've been stuck on this problem for awhile and I've tried googling up some solutions but I still cannot find an answer to this question. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An x-y coordinate system is shown below. A second system, u-v, is also shown. What is the relationship between the u-coordinate and the x-coordinate? https://www.vista.ubc.ca/webct/RelativeResourceManager/Template/RspQ-Mech%202%20Review%20Quiz/220-practice-8q.gif A. u = -0.57x + 3.44 B. u = 0.57x - 3.44 C. u = -1.74x + 10.44 D. u = 1.74x - 10.44 E. None of the above 2. Relevant equations I am not quite sure which equations are relevant but I think it has to do with linear transformations because of the rotating axes. 3. The attempt at a solution I have tried applying the rotation matrix with a theta of 125 deg which gives me [cos(125deg) -sin(125deg) sin(125deg) cos(125deg)] and I find that the x coordinate of the resulting transformation is T(x) = x*cos(125) - y*sin(125). Since in the question, it asks for the x coordinate only, I would assume that y = 0. After, I subbed (x-6) into x to translate the coordinate to match the picture. So my final answer would be: -x*cos(125) + 3.44. It's one of the choices, but it's not the right answer. Thank you. Any help is appreciated.