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You are going to transform rectangle ABCD so that its image is in Quadrant IV (the lower-right quadrant), as shown here. You are going to do it in three different ways.

 

1.  First, do it as a reflection across a line.

The bottom rectangle is a reflection of rectangle ABCD across the line _________.

This coordinates of A' are ( , )

 

2.  Now you are going to transform rectangle ABCD to the bottom rectangle as a rotation.

The bottom rectangle is a _____________ rotation of rectangle ABCD around _________.

This time coordinates of A' are ( , ) .

 

3.  Now you are going to transform rectangle ABCD as a translation.

The bottom rectangle is a translation of rectangle ABCD a total of _____ units to the _______ and a total of _______ units _______.

This coordinates of A' are ( , ) .

 

 

 Mar 1, 2019
edited by joshalex768  Mar 1, 2019

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You are going to transform rectangle ABCD so that its image is in Quadrant IV (the lower-right quadrant), as shown here. You are going to do it in three different ways.

 

You can read everything now.

 

 

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 Mar 1, 2019
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1. y=x, (3, -6)

2. 180 degrees counterclockwise, (6, -3)

3. 7 units to the right, 7 units down, (1, -4)

 

Sorry, I misunderstood the question.

 Mar 1, 2019
edited by LagTho  Mar 1, 2019
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You are going to transform rectangle ABCD so that its image is in Quadrant IV (the lower-right quadrant), as shown here. You are going to do it in three different ways.

 

You can read everything now.

 

 

laugh

Omi67 Mar 1, 2019

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