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  1. cesar2462
    • 3 years ago
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    A triangle has points A(1, 2), B(1, 6), and C(3, 6) and is reflected over the x-axis and then over the line y = x. A"B"C" are the coordinates of the reflected image. What is the C" coordinate?

  2. Kaederfds
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    maybe (-3,6) ._. But i am not sure hehe

  3. rs32623
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    |dw:1336748613709:dw| this is the reflection along x axis A' B' C' are reflected points.. |dw:1336748839824:dw| thsi is the c'' which lies on line y=-x because both it is perpendicular to y=x & mirror image means locating the point exactly opposite.. reply us if u need more explanations.

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