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Point A(8, –10) is reflected over the y-axis. Write the coordinates of A'.

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    If its reflected over the y axis then the answer would be 8, -10

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    w8 thats the x axis xd

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    |dw:1358567669209:dw|

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    -8,10

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    |dw:1358567772432:dw|

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    Basically the example he showed you

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    Instead he did it wrong.... if you have 8,10 then they would be in the II plane. you flip over the y axis they in I plane which is - and +

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    it is the opposite

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    Woops :o I mis-read I though it said 10 not -10

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    In which quadrant is the point (x, y) located if x is negative and y is positive? is it the first quadrant?

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    Close this question and post another plz

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    whyyyyyy

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