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Which statement best describes the relationship between the positions of the two midfield players? D is C reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates are different for C and D. D is C reflected across the x-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates are different for C and D. D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates are different for C and D. D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates are different for C and D.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @DragonsGirl

  2. mathmate
    • one year ago
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    Do you have a figure to show D and C?

  3. anonymous
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    hold on ders a graph

  4. anonymous
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    ok

  5. anonymous
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  6. mathmate
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    @Peaches15 Where would you put a mirror if D is the reflection of C?

  7. anonymous
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    its d

  8. mathmate
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    C has coordinates (1.5, 3), D has coordinates (-1.5,3). Do you still think it's D? @DragonsGirl

  9. anonymous
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    yep cuz its mirrored across the y-axis

  10. anonymous
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    and btw c its (-1.5,3) and d is (1.15,3)

  11. mathmate
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    Do you still think "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates are different for C and D." is the right answer? @DragonsGirl

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yes why you think its wrong cuz if it is i would like to know

  13. mathmate
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    Did you read and agree with the \(whole\) sentence: ""D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates are different for C and D.""

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    sooooo your saying im sort right its just the answer is c?

  15. mathmate
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    I am not saying anything until you do! I would like you to find out by yourself.

  16. anonymous
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    ok well you doing that isnt helping me at all

  17. mathmate
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    Do you see that "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the x-coordinates are different for C and D. " is a different option than "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the y-coordinates are different for C and D." If you would explain why you chose the second instead of the first, you would have answered your question.

  18. anonymous
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    ohhhhhhhhhh im such a stup i pick it cuz it said y-axis and it was supposed to be x-axis wasnt it?

  19. mathmate
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    We can tell the reflection is across the y-axis because that's where we'd put a mirror to find the reflection of C. Both the two lines above refer to the y-axis. If you chose the y-axis, why did you choose the second option instead of the first? Have you read both and understood the differences in wording before you made the choice? In math, we need to understand every word of the question, as well as every word of the answer we give, whether we wrote it or not. Please do not use letters to represent the answers. That will train people to make guesses. Copy the answer and understand every word of it as though you wrote it. You are certainly responsible for the answer you give.

  20. anonymous
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    ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm didnt understood none of that but ok btw @Peaches15 im extremly sorry if both are wrong im really confused right now

  21. mathmate
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    @DragonsGirl Out of these choices, "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the \(\color{red}{x}\)-coordinates are different for C and D. " is a different option than "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the \(\color{red}{y}\)-coordinates are different for C and D." In case you didn't know the differences between the two options, here's a chance for you to make the choice again. Hint: C(-1.5, 3), D(1.5,3)

  22. anonymous
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    due you just confusing me ever more and btw the thingys are flipped again

  23. anonymous
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    wait ...................nvm i forgot

  24. anonymous
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    its left - and right+

  25. mathmate
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    @DragonsGirl Out of these choices, "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the \(\color{red}{x}\)-coordinates are \(different\) for C and D. " is a different option than "D is C reflected across the y-axis; only the signs of the \(\color{red}{y}\)-coordinates are \(different\) for C and D." In case you didn't know the differences between the two options, here's a chance for you to make the choice again. Hint: C(\(\color{red}{-1.5}\), 3), D(\(\color{red}{1.5}\),3) In coordinates, the first one is \(\color{red}{x}\), and second one is y.

  26. anonymous
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    i see the differences i know my mistakes can you stop its really screwing with my brain

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