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Dianne drew a triangle with coordinates (1,3), (3,2), and (4,2). She drew an image of the triangle with coordinates (−1,3), (−3,2), and (−4,2). How did she make the image?

A. She translated the original figure 2 units down.

B. She translated the original figure 6 units down.

C. She reflected the original figure over the x-axis.

D. She reflected the original figure over the y-axis.

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  1. DRAW IT !!!
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    Damon
  2. She reflected the original figure over the y-axis.

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  3. Thank you lul for saying the answer nicely unlike damon who decided to put it in caps which makes him seem like a really rude tutor/teacher on this site

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  4. somebody is right

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  5. Yes somebody is very very right!

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  6. what is it?

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  7. Wait...it could be the y-axis tho if you think ab in cause if it was reflected of the x-axis answers would be (1,-3),(3,-2),(4,-2) cause once you reflect it over the x-axis the first number wouldn’t be negative,if you reflect it over the y axis the first number would be a Negative would and second number would be a positive

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  8. bruv

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