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    Parallelogram ABCD is reflected over the y-axis, followed by a reflection over the x-axis, and then rotated 180 degrees about the origin. What is the location of point A after the transformations are complete? Parallelogram ABCD is shown. A is at negative 5, 1. B is at negative 4, 3. C is at negative 1, 3. D is at negative 2, 1. (−5, −1) (5, 1) (−5, 1) (5, −1)

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    can you help me please?!

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    Here is the pic again

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    srry I don't really get it I'm only in 7th grade

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    You start with (-5, 1). Flipping over the y axis would make it become (5,1). Then over the x axis would make it (5, -1) rotating it 180 degrees would turn it back into the original point of (-5, 1)

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    so the answer is (-5,1)?

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    |dw:1443622682191:dw| so yes, (-5,1) would be your final answer

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