MIT 18.01 David Jerison talks about a symmetry shortcut in the first lecture. he says its basically switching what we call the axis, tring to find the x and y intercept, wouldnt this just get the same point just calling it something else? is there a name for this trick or something i could search to understand whats happening better

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he starts talking about it at 31 min in.

fall 2006 class

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