anonymous
  • anonymous
Medal,Fan (−6, 3) and (−6, −3) on the coordinate grid below show the positions of two dogs at a park: Which statement best describes the relationship between the positions of the two players? Dog 1's position is Dog 2's position reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates of Dog 1 and Dog 2 are different. Dog 1's position is Dog 2's position reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates of Dog 1 and Dog 2 are different. Dog 1's position is Dog 2's position reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates of Dog 1.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Here is the graph
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  • anonymous
The answers are separated by the periods @Vocaloid @annas @sammixboo
Vocaloid
  • Vocaloid
notice how Dog 1 and Dog 2 are on opposite sides of the x-axis, and they're the same distance apart from the x-axis? this means that they're reflected across the x-axis

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I understand thank you :3

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