# Geometry

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How do i do glide reflection on a graph?
example. which glide reflection could map figure ABC to figure A'B'C'?
a.translation of <-1,-2> and reflection over the line x= =1
etc. I cant show you the graph but im stuck on glide reflection for graphs.
Help please.

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Well im a little confused how do i make my own graph?translate trapezoid ABCD 6 units to the left Label the translated trapezoid A'B'C'D'?

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