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Prisilla performs a series of transformations on a figure in the plane. First she dilates it by a factor of 3 and translates it 5 units to the right. Next she reflects it over the x axis, then over the y axis. Finally she reflects it over the line y=x, translate it 5 units to the left, and dilates it by a factor of 1/3.

The point A (4,3) is on the figure. Perform each of the transformations.

Here's what I got
Dilation: (12,9)
Translation: (17,19)
Reflection over x axis: (17,-9)
Reflection over y axis: (-17,-9)
y=x: (9,-17)
Translation: (4,-22)
Dilation: (1,-7.3)

is it right?

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