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freshkid944
The vertices of a triangle are P(–2, –6), Q(8, 2), and R(2, 5). Name the vertices of the image reflected across the y-axis. (1 point)
Interesting how I thought you'd have been able to do this, no sweat :D To get the image when reflected along the y-axis, simply negate the x-coordinates ^.^
Negate... think of it this way, the image of a point that is reflected across the y-axis is as follows \[\huge (x,y)\rightarrow(-x,y)\]
P(-2,6) , Q (8,-2) R (2,-5)
or P (2,6) q (-8,2) R (-2,-5) ACTUALLY I THINK ITS THIS ONE @terenzreignz
It is this one^ Refer to this...\[\huge (x,y)\rightarrow(-x,y)\] I told you, you only negate the x-coordinate, which means, the left one :P
OK SO (2,-6) Q (-8,2) R (-2,5)