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WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Figure ABCD below is transformed to obtain figure A′B′C′D′: Part A: Write the sequence of transformations that changes figure ABCD to figure A′B′C′D′. Explain your answer and write the coordinates of the figure obtained after each transformation. (6 points) Part B: Are the two figures congruent? Explain your answer. (4 points) figure is below

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    is this okay? this is what i wrote for an answer: Part A: First, you would reflect figure ABCD over the y axis. Then, you would need to make a translation 4 units down. You would need to reflect the figure over the y axis because figure A'B'C'D' is on the other side of the y axis and is a mirror image of figure ABCD, making it a reflection. I would need to make a translation 4 units down because the figure's coordinates after the reflection are: A= (4,4) B= (2,2) C=(2,-1) D= (4,1) Part B: The two figures are congruent because both figures have the same shape and size. The second figure is just a rigid transformation.

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    srry-i changed part B to: Part A: First, you would reflect figure ABCD over the y axis. Then, you would need to make a translation 4 units down. You would need to reflect the figure over the y axis because figure A'B'C'D' is on the other side of the y axis and is a mirror image of figure ABCD, making it a reflection. I would need to make a translation 4 units down because the figure's coordinates after the reflection are: A= (4,4) B= (2,2) C=(2,-1) D= (4,1) Part B: The two figures are congruent because both figures have the same shape and size. The second figure is just a rigid transformation of the first figure.

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    Sounds about right.

  8. muscrat123
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    ok

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    @wil476003 ?

  10. muscrat123
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    ok. imma submit it

  11. wil476003
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    I believe you are correct

  12. muscrat123
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    THX for all the help @wil476003 and @AngusV

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    @nerlineg i tagged u on a different problem. to everybody who checked my answers-thx! i got a 100% on everything except the written part-it is ungraded-teachers on vacation

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    aww your welcome i just got home from work sorry I replied late, but your doing FLVS online right?

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    yes-howdya know?

  16. anonymous
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    bc I am also taking it. And my teachers are in vocation i have a lot of work submitted, but the teachers have not graded my work yet.

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    it stinks!! :( what courses r u taking? message me

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