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Those are all the problems that I can't figure out. 

 

y=x (is this corect?) 
S (-6,1)
T (-6,8)

U (-3,9) 

V (-2,6)

and the prime coordinates I got were 

S' (1,-6)

T' (8,-6)

U' (9,-3)

V (6,-2)

 
 Feb 23, 2021
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Suppose the original point's coordinates were (x, y). After reflecting across y = x, the new coordinates are (y, x).

 

So,

 

S (-6, 1)   ==>  S' (1, -6)

 

T (-6, 8)   ==>  T' (8, -6)

 

and so on.

 
 Feb 23, 2021
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 so this would be correct?

 
fallynb06  Feb 23, 2021
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ignore the fact that it's moved down one lol

 
fallynb06  Feb 23, 2021

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