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  • one year ago

The figure is reflected across the line y = x. T/F

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    I think it's false

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    Yeah, it's across the origin, but I thought it was true as well until I did some more digging

  8. LynFran
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    |dw:1437636121969:dw|

  9. anonymous
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    If a reflection passes through the y=x line, then the values of the x and y coordinates are switched

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    For example, if (x,y) is reflected through the y=x line, then the values of the new point are (y,x)

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    What I said about the x and y coordinates being switched don't apply to the points on the image

  14. anonymous
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    Write every corner point in Z down. For each point, swap the \(x\) and \(y\) parts, as this would be a reflection over \(x=y\). If all the points are in Z', then it's a reflection.

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    Can u help me out on this too pleeasse??

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    I think it's false, but I don't really understand how to work the problem

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    @wio ??

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    |dw:1437637474997:dw|

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  20. anonymous
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    ok, thnx @LynFran

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