If rectangle ABCD was reflected over the y-axis, reflected over the x-axis, and rotated 180°, where would point A' lie? [Hint: Place your coordinates in the blank with no parentheses and a space after the comma in the form: x, y]

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If rectangle ABCD was reflected over the y-axis, reflected over the x-axis, and rotated 180°, where would point A' lie? [Hint: Place your coordinates in the blank with no parentheses and a space after the comma in the form: x, y]

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the x is the point A what is the coordinates of the point after secodn reflection?
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4, -2? im not sure
No it starts at (1,-1)
on the first refection it goes to (-1,-1) so after the second what is the coordinates
i cant really tell the numbers, im not good at this
well the numbers are bound to be 1's but one of them would be negative. Imagine the x axis is a mirror The point A' will be as far behind the mirror as A is in front of it
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Sorry, What does it say on top of poit?
point*
can you see that the x coordinate is negative and the y coordinate is positive?
This point
Yes i could see that
so what are the coordinates
(x, y) = ?
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4, -1 ?
i dont know why i keep getting 4
why 4?? 4 is here:- |dw:1439836657286:dw|
what does A; line up with ?
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-1 and 2?
omg im so dumb
the x coordinate is -1 A' lines up with this Now the y coordinate to its right is 1 so A1 has coordinates (-1,1) The x coordinate comes first then the y coordinate
ohhh i get it now
* A' not A1
good
Now the rotation through 180 degrees is easy |dw:1439836993317:dw|
is that an x below 180?
it returns to its original position
now - my bad drawing - its an arrow showing the direction of rotation
It starts at (1,-1) and ends at ( 1, -1)
i got the arrow part
the origin where the axes cross at (0,0) is the point about which the point rotates.
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So it starts at (0,0) ?
no it rotates about (0,0). It starts at (-1,1) and ends at (1,-1)
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Ohhh makes sense now
gtg
thanks for the help.
yw

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