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  1. Here_to_Help15
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    @nikato

  3. nikato
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    (x)to the right is positive and (y)to down means negative

  4. nikato
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    for reflection over y-axis, y-coordinate stays the same, but x-coordinate becomes the oppsoite

  5. nikato
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    for third one, using what i told you, you should be able to find the points

  6. Here_to_Help15
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    So A @nikato

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    yes

  8. Here_to_Help15
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    Ok 2nd one

  9. Here_to_Help15
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    \(\Huge\tt\color{#jg647}{Thanks~for~the~help~btw :)}\)

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    for reflection over y-axis, y-coordinate stays the same, but x-coordinate becomes the oppsoite

  11. Here_to_Help15
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    so B ?

  12. nikato
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    yup. and now sunig this rule. find the points for example (-4,1) becomes (4,1)

  13. Here_to_Help15
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    Is this for the 3rd one?

  14. nikato
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    yes

  15. Here_to_Help15
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    So C

  16. nikato
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    yup

  17. Here_to_Help15
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    Damn

  18. Here_to_Help15
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  19. nikato
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    its whats on the other side. so OH

  20. Here_to_Help15
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    That simple?

  21. nikato
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    yea. thats what i would put

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    is there two answers?

  24. Here_to_Help15
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    No lol other question got caught in the image by mistake

  25. nikato
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    no. i think the question has 2 answers

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