Figure ABCD is transformed to obtain figure A'B'C'D':

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Figure ABCD is transformed to obtain figure A'B'C'D':

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Part A: Write the sequence of transformations that changes figure ABCD to figure A'B'C'D'. Explain your answer and write the coordinates of the figure obtained after each transformation. Part B: Are the two figures congruent? Explain your answer.
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sorry @Spring98 im a little confused on this.
@Loser66 plz i neeed help i will medal you
yes
Part A: Reflection and translation Part B: yes it was not dialated
dilated*
huh? That is not what the question is asking for. :(
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the first part is a reflection in the y-axis what do you think the second transformation is?
imagine the y-axis is a mirror - where would the image of ABCD be on the graph/
this is an example of a line reflected in y-axis |dw:1444332587762:dw|
note that the points are 'reversed'
yes i know so what happened with the one were talking about here did it get reflected then translated?
In your diagram where would the point B' be?
yes
in what direction and how many units did the image get translated?
it is 2,-2
B' is (2,-2) yes but how exactly did it get there?
madison has given you the right answer but you need to explain it in more detail.
it got reflected and then translated i think
yes exactly but in what did it get reflected and what is direction and magnitude of the translation?
im not sure what you are talking about
the question also asks you to write the coordinates of the figure after each transformation.
yes so do i write down the A'B'C'D' coordinates?
deal with the reflection first - in what axis is it reflected and what are the coordinates of the 4 points?
umm. it reflects over the y- axis right?
yes
and what are the new coordinates of A, B C and D?
ok so know i have to right down the coordinates, which are A'(4,0) B'(2,-2) C'(2,-5) and D'(4,-3) right?
No you need to write the coordinates after the retlection eg A (4,-4) goes to A' ( 4,4)
ohhhhh sorry i will do that again?
ok
A(-4,4) to A'(4,0), B(-2,2) to B'(2,-2), C(-2,-1) to C'(2,-5), D(-4,1) to D'(4,-3). Did i do this right @welshfella ?
No you have not written to coordinates of the image formed after the first transformation which was the reflection you have missed that part out
|dw:1444334292983:dw|
the questions asks you to write the coordinates of each point after EACH transformation.
yes so are my coordinates right?
the coordinates are correct for the FINAL IMAGE - but you need to write the ones for the intermediate image as well.
? huh?
can you explain this to me plz
can you also use words like for a kindergardener plz im confused all over agian

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