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Point A(–4, 2) is reflected over the line x = 3 to create the point A'. What are the coordinates of A'? A. (–4, –1) B. (–4, 8) C. (–1, 2) D. (10, 2)

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Reflecting the the x-axis (line y=0) leaves the x-coordinate unchanged and negates the y-coordinate: (x, y) -> (x, -y)
None of answer seem right.
yeah thats why im confused

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I thought it would be (4, -2)
no (-4,2)
since the line y=x is a diagonal and runs through the origin of the axis i thought it would be (4, -2)
ya 4 -2 sorry
it doesnt list that tho
That's what i'm saying i'm not sure witch of them it could be because those answers are not right.

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