pre-algebra

Figure B is the image of Figure A. Which description explains how Figure A was transformed to create figure B.



A.
Figure A was Reflected across a horizontal line of reflection to create Figure B.

B.
Figure A was rotated
180
°
about the point in the middle of the line segment connecting F and F’ to create Figure B.

C.
Figure A was Reflected across a vertical line of reflection to create Figure B.

D.
Figure A was translated 1.5 inches right to create Figure B.

E.
Figure A was rotated
90
°
about a point in the middle of the figures to create Figure B.

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