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Homework Help: Geometry

Posted by Makella on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 8:38pm.

Given a quadrilateral having coordinates A(6,8), B(12,4), C(6,0) and D(4,0), first graph the quadrilateral on graph paper and connect the vertices. Shade in the quadrilateral and then reflect it across the x-axis. Do NOT shade in the resulting image. Now reflect this new image across the line y=-14 and shade in the final image. Explain what the same is and what is different about the two shaded quadrilaterals(the original one and the final one). What is the relationship between the two lines of reflection? Do you think that makes a difference? Why or why not? Please help me with this and thank you to helps me.
Can someone help me with this? I don't understand how to do the y=-14 part my teacher didn't explain it to us today.

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