Line of reflection check? (see attachments)

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I think the line of reflection is X=0
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not quite, x = 0 is the y-axis (the vertical line that crosses through 0,0)|dw:1435541822733:dw|
the distance from the axess must be the same

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You are technically flipping it over the x-axis but it is not when x=0 it is when y=0
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okay so X = 0 is the distance from the Y-axis which is 0. so Y = 0 there would be no rise or drop from the X axis which is on the line. is that right?
do you know where your y and x-axes are?
Yeah the y-axis, it going vertical, and the X-axis is going horizontal

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