Geo 3.2 Reflections

12.1 A commonly used word to describe reflections is: slide turn enlarge flip 12.1 Tell whether the transformation appears to be a reflection. Yes, reflection No, not a reflection 12.1 Tell whether the transformation appears to be a reflection. Yes, reflection No, not a reflection Drag the correct rule to each line for the following reflection rules. R _{y-axis} (x,y) → _________R _{x-axis} (x,y) → _________R _{x=y} (x,y) → _________not used: (-x, y) ? (x, -y) ? (y , x) ? (-x, -y) ? Find the coordinates of A' after a reflection of R _{x-axis}^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}A B C Find the coordinates of B'after a reflection of R _{x=y}^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}A B C Find the coordinates of A' after a reflection of R _{x-axis}D A C B ^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}Find the coordinates of B'after a reflection of R _{y-axis}D A C B ^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}Find the coordinates of B'after a reflection of R _{x-axis}A B C ^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}Find the coordinates of C'after a reflection of R _{x=y}A B C ^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}Find the coordinates of C'after a reflection of R _{x=y}^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}A B C Find the coordinates of B'after a reflection of R _{x-axis}^{write all coordinates}^{in the form of (x,y)}^{with no spaces}A B C Point A = (-4, 8) and its image coordinate A' = (4, 8). Which of the below reflections was applied to point A to create A'? R _{y axis}R _{x axis}R _{y = x}R _{y = 2}Point B = (-7, 4) and its image coordinateB' = (4, -7). Which of the below reflectionswas applied to point B to create B'? R _{y axis}R _{x axis}R _{y = x}R _{y = 2}A B C C' B' A' x = 6 x = -6 y = 6 y = -6 What is the equation of the reflection line in this image? |

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