anonymous
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Jared is flying a kite in the park. It is reflected in the surface of a nearby pond. Jared's kite, labeled JKLM, is graphed on the coordinate plane below. If kite J'K'L'M' represents the reflection of kite JKLM over the x-axis, what is the ordered pair of point J'? (3, 8) (-3, -3) (-3, -8) (8, -3)
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-3-8
anonymous
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(-3, 8) --> (x, -y) --> (-3, ?)

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anonymous
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medal please
anonymous
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-3 , -8? so it would just be the same right?
anonymous
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Yes. It is reflected over the x-axis, so once again, just negate the y-value.
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ah, okay thankyou Cal && Ivan even though i wanted you to help not just give the answer Ivan your not suspose to do that
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