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  • one year ago

Points M and N on the coordinate grid below show the positions of two midfield players of a soccer team: Which statement best describes the relationship between the positions of the two midfield players?

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  1. anonymous
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    Which statement best describes the relationship between the positions of the two midfield players? N is M reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates of M and N are different. N is M reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates of M and N are different. N is M reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates of M and N are different. N is M reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates of M and N are different. @Robert136

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    This requires a diagram.

  3. anonymous
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    @Robert136 hold on k

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    @Robert136 do u understand it or not

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    The answer should be the third one. N & M cross over the y axis; only the signs of the x coordinates are different

  7. anonymous
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    Alright it's a third one like I said when coordinates are reflected across y axis only the signs of x coordinates change.

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