A point is reflected over the x-axis and then reflected over the y-axis. Will the coordinates after these two reflections be the same or different if the point is first reflected over the y-axis and then over the x-axis? Use an example to support your answer. Please help me!
The coordinates of a point on a coordinate grid are (−3, 7). The point is reflected across the x-axis to obtain a new point. The coordinates of the reflected point are A. (−3, −7) B. (3, −7) C. (−3, 7) D. (3, 7) I think
In the graph below, point D is reflected across the y-axis. What are the coordinates of it's image? The graph looks like D is below the x-axis to the right 3 places from y-axis and down 1 place from x-axis. So would my answer be
I need help with these: Triangle LMN has vertices L(-6,5), M(-4,-3), N(-2,4). Find the coordinates of the vertices of its image after it is reflected over the x-axis and then translated by (-3,0) a. L(-9,-5), M(-7,3), N(-5,-4) b.
1) find the coordinate of the image of point (1,2) translated left 2 units and reflected over the x -axis 2) Find the coordinate of the image of the point (2, -4) reflected over the x-axis 3) Determine the midpoint of the segment
1-(-3, 4) is reflected over the x-axis. What are the coordinates of the image? A:(4, -3) B:(-3, -4) C:(3, 4) D:(3, -4) 2- A preimage and image are congruent in a transformation. Always Sometimes Never 3-An octagon has rotational