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HelloKitty17

  • one year ago

FAN AND MEDAL!! How are reflections represented as a function?

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  1. pinklion23
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    ?

  2. anonymous
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    A reflection is a mirror image. Placing the edge of a mirror on the x-axis will form a reflection in the x-axis. This can also be thought of as "folding" over the x-axis. If the original (parent) function is y = f (x), the reflection over the x-axis is function -f (x).

  3. HelloKitty17
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    thank you!@Aquacat999

  4. anonymous
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    np

  5. pinklion23
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    lol

  6. anonymous
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    how about next time yo look at google

  7. pinklion23
    • one year ago
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    i know that is where you go your answer :P

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