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  2. yrelhan4
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    if you werent given the figure and only given points F, D, G, E can you tell me where they would have been? draw it.

  3. monica10
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    drawn on the X?

  4. yrelhan4
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    what X? reflected in the line m first. can you tell me where the would have been after reflection? i hope you know this property of a mirror, which says that after reflection, the image is the same distance behind the mirror, than it was in front of it.

  5. monica10
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    |dw:1362493879343:dw|

  6. yrelhan4
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    no. |dw:1362493940297:dw| if you see, for reflection through line m, G would move in place fo E and E in the position of D. you have to draw an IMAGE considering m as a MIRROR.

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    thank you i understand it now

  8. yrelhan4
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    yeah, now draw for line t.

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    isnt it going to stay the same?

  10. yrelhan4
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    nope. its not going to stay the same. you have a different MIRROR. after reflection, the image is the SAME DISTANCE BEHIND the mirror, than it was in FRONT OF IT.

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