# SREWSNA KROWEMOH 1. (-y, x)10. A(-1, 1) B(-5, 1) C(-5, 4) 2. (-x, -y)14. A(-3, -3) B(-3, -1) C(1, -1) 3. D18. G 4. E22. J 5. P26. A 8. BC.

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SREWSNA KROWEMOH 1. (-y, x)10. A(-1, 1) B(-5, 1) C(-5, 4) 2. (-x, -y)14. A(-3, -3) B(-3, -1) C(1, -1) 3. D18. G 4. E22. J 5. P26. A 8. BC

CAN YOU HANDLE THIS!?!?! Triangle ABC has coordinates A(2, 1), B(-1, -1), and C(0, -3). Perform the following transformations: 1.T (-3,-5) to get ABC 2.Reflect ABC over the y = -x line to get ABC 3.Rotate ABC 90 degrees to get ABC

Symmetry Math 2 - Lesson 63 Mr. Lopez

Symmetry A figure has symmetry if there is an isometry that maps the figure onto itself. There are 4 kinds of symmetry Vertical Line Symmetry Horizontal Line Symmetry Point Symmetry Rotational Symmetry

Vertical Line Symmetry A figure has vertical line symmetry if you draw a vertical line down the middle of the figure and the left side is mapped onto the right side of the figure at every point. Ex: M

Horizontal Line Symmetry A figure has horizontal line symmetry if you draw a horizontal line across the middle of the figure and the top is mapped onto the bottom of the figure at every point. Ex: D

Point Symmetry A figure has point symmetry if you rotate the object 180 degrees and it maps onto the original image. Ex: N

Rotational Symmetry A figure has rotational symmetry if you rotate the image any rotation and it maps onto the original image. Ex *

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