4Example:Draw the reflected image of quadrilateral WXYZin line p.
5Example:Name the image of each figure under areflection in lineFDtrapezoid FHGA
6Example:Quadrilateral ABCD has vertices A(1, 1), B(3, 2),C(4, -1), and D(2, -3). Graph ABCD and its imageunder reflection in the x-axis.
7Example:Triangle RST has vertices R( -1, 3), S(-5, -2),and T(2, 4). Graph RST and its image underreflection in the y-axis.
8origin, reflect over both the x-axis AND Example:Quadrilateral RUDV has vertices R(-2, 2), U(3, 1),D(4, -1), and V(-2, -2) and is reflected in the origin.Graph RUDV and its image.To reflectin theorigin, reflect over both the x-axis ANDy-axis.
9Example:Triangle XYZ has vertices X(4, -2), Y(2, -3),and Z(3, -5). Graph XYZ and it image underreflection in the line y = x.
10Example:Rectangle JKLM has vertices J(0, 2), K(0, -2),L(3, 2), and M(3, -2). Graph JKLM and itsimage under reflection in the line y = -x.
11If a figure can be folded so that the two halves match exactly, the fold is called a line of symmetry.For some figures, a common point of symmetry,called a point of reflection, existsfor all points on a figure
12Determine how many lines of symmetry the figure Example:Determine how many lines of symmetry the figurehas and draw them. Then determine whether thefigure has point symmetry.A point of symmetry is the midpoint of all linesegments joining opposite points of the figure.