Posted by **Amy~** on Sunday, September 5, 2010 at 1:59pm.

triangle PQR is translated 3 units ot the right and reflected over the line y=-1. The result is triangle P'Q'R'. Which is NOT true?

1) PQ = P'Q'

2)PQ/RQ = P'Q'/R'Q'

3)PQ + QR greater than or equal to R'P'

4)m angle P + m angle Q is greater than or equal to m angle R'

Which one would it be? 3?

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