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  1. anonymous
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    with what?

  2. anonymous
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    hold on

  3. anonymous
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    k

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    @Cookie_2046

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    i forgot how to do this lol

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    oh

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    When something is reflected 180 degrees the (x,y) become (-x,-y)

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    okay

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    Try to picture it turned 180 degrees, then read the choices.

  14. anonymous
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    is it b

  15. anonymous
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    Let me draw it out

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    |dw:1439431271524:dw|

  17. anonymous
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    Read the choice again on how to get the ABC triangle.

  18. anonymous
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    C??????????????????????????????

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    any reasoning?

  20. anonymous
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    know what direction counterclockwise is?

  21. anonymous
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    going counterclockwise 180 degrees is same as going clockwise 180 degrees.

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    oh so it is wrong

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