1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Triangle A has three points a(2,3)b(0,0)c(2,0) and its center is (2/3,1). Find the other three points of Triangle B with a center of (4/3,3). 2. Relevant equations Center of a triangle: x = ax+bx+cx /3 y = ay+by+cy / 3 Magnitude = <a,b> , √(a^2+b^2) 3. The attempt at a solution 1)Obtaining the vector of AB by subtracting the two center <4/3-2/3, 3-1> = <2/3,2> 2)Magnitude of vector AB is (2*√10)/3 3)Adding the magnitude to the three points of triangle A 4)Check answer by calculating the center with the 3 new points, should match with the given center above. Step 4 is where I'm stuck, I can't get the same x center.