anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement is true about figures ABCD and A'B'C'D'?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
They are congruent, because A'B'C'D' is obtained by translating ABCD up by 4 units and then reflecting it about the y-axis. They are congruent, because A'B'C'D' is obtained by translating ABCD 4 units right and then reflecting it about the x-axis. They are similar, because A'B'C'D' is obtained by rotating ABCD counterclockwise by 180 degrees about the origin and then translating it 2 units left. They are similar, because A'B'C'D' is obtained by rotating ABCD counterclockwise by 180 degrees about the origin and then translated 2 units right.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A polygon ABCD has A at ordered pair 4, 2, B at 3, 0, C at 2, 2, D at 3, 3. A polygon A prime B prime C prime D prime has A prime at ordered pair negative 2, negative 2, B prime at ordered pair negative 1, 0, C prime at ordered pair 0, negative 2, and D prime at ordered pair negative 1, negative 3.
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