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Describing Reflections

Describing Reflections 1.14 - Solution

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To reflect the figure, we need to reflect its vertices to the opposite side of line in a way such that the distance from the vertices to line remains the same. Let's in the diagram draw lines that are perpendicular to the line and that go through the vertices of the figure.

Now, we will locate each reflected point the same distance from line on the opposite side.

To complete the reflection, we will finally connect the reflected points and shade the lower part of it to have its image.