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    Figure ABCD is reflected about the x-axis to obtain figure A'B'C'D':A coordinate grid is shown from negative 4 to 0 to 4 on both x- and y-axes. A polygon ABCD has A at ordered pair negative 4, negative 1, B at negative 2, negative 2, C at negative 2 and negative 3, D at negative 3 and negative 4. A polygon A prime B prime C prime D prime has A prime at ordered pair negative 4, 1, B prime at ordered pair negative 2, 2, C prime at ordered pair negative 2, 3 and D prime at ordered pair negative 3, 4. Which statement best describes the relationship between the two figures? Figure ABCD is similar to figure A'B'C'D'. Figure ABCD is bigger than figure A'B'C'D'. The measure of angle D is equal to the measure of angle A'. The measure of angle D is equal to the measure of angle B'.

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    when you "reflect" the figure, you move it, but do not change its shape. it remains similar to itself

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    so A

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    yes

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