ΔABC is reflected across the x-axis and then translated 4 units up to create ΔA′B′C′. What are the coordinates of the vertices of ΔA′B′C′ ? A′(-3, 3), B′(-1, 1), C′(-2, 3) A′(3, -3), B′(1, -1), C′(2, -3) A′(3, -5), B′(1, -7), C′(3, -5) A′(-3, 3), B′(-1, 1), C′(-2, -3)

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ΔABC is reflected across the x-axis and then translated 4 units up to create ΔA′B′C′. What are the coordinates of the vertices of ΔA′B′C′ ? A′(-3, 3), B′(-1, 1), C′(-2, 3) A′(3, -3), B′(1, -1), C′(2, -3) A′(3, -5), B′(1, -7), C′(3, -5) A′(-3, 3), B′(-1, 1), C′(-2, -3)

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Do you have a picture of the original triangle :p
Or the coordinates of it
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Can u post it :p
Just click Attach file. Or type the coordinates
YEAH CLIKC IT
it wont let me
:/ Tell us the coords of Triangle ABC then
a
http://cdn.ple.platoweb.com/PCAP-ASSETS-PROD/7bc301f7cc0c4b418a7e7694b9e6420f
there you go
Its A.
thank you
what about this qurstion please
Quadrilateral ABCD underwent a sequence of transformations to give quadrilateral A′B′C′D′. Which transformations could not have taken place? a reflection across the line y = x followed by a reflection across the line y = -x a reflection across the x-axis followed by a reflection across the y-axis a rotation 180° clockwise about the origin followed by a reflection across the line y = x a reflection across the y-axis followed by a reflection across the x-axis
Post it in a new question and tag me with @Ethanxiaorox
Or not :P
Image/coords please
http://cdn.ple.platoweb.com/PCAP-ASSETS-PROD/ca88a68eefde48cab65219cd111d8943
ummm. Those are traingles not quadrilaterals. Did you give the right image?
Triangles*
thats right you have to use triangle
But if you assume the question was worded incorrectly, and it meant to say triangle, I'm pretty sure its C
thank you what about this one
Which sequence of rigid transformations will not map the preimage ΔABC onto the image ΔA′B′C′ ? a reflection across the y-axis followed by a reflection across the x-axis a rotation 90° clockwise about the origin followed by a reflection across the x-axis a rotation 180° clockwise about the origin followed by a reflection across the line y = -x a reflection across the line y = x
http://cdn.ple.platoweb.com/PCAP-ASSETS-PROD/9d023c35937e4f3bb6f38e021202c56e
Im pretty sure its C again. Like.. 80% Sure :p
it was wrong
Havent touched coordinate planes in a while :P
its ok\

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