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Describing Reflections

Describing Reflections 1.12 - Solution

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Before we begin, let's graph and the line of reflection.

To reflect the square in the given line, the image of each vertex must be plotted on the opposite side of the line of reflection while maintaining the same distance from the line. Notice that and are on the line of reflection, and therefore and and and are the same points.

Now, we can connect the reflected vertices to have the image of