Geometry

Which describes the compositions of 3 reflections in three distinct lines, two of which are parallel?
a. dilation
b. rotation
c. glide reflection
d. translation

Is the correct answer c. glide reflection?

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  1. glide reflection

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  2. The function rule T–4, 6(x, y) could be used to describe which translation?

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