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Reflection AReflection BReflection C Rotation ARotation BRotation C Translation ATranslation BTranslation C Enlargement AEnlargement BEnlargement C Pick a question…any question
Reflect the object in the mirror line…(2 points)
Reflect the object in the mirror line…(3 points)
Rotate 90 clockwise about the point…(2 Points)
Rotate 180 anticlockwise about the point…(2 points)
Rotate 90 clockwise about the point…(2 points)
Translate 2 units up and 3 units right…(2 points)
Translate 3 units down and -1 unit left…(2 points)
Translate -2 units down and 1 unit up…(2 points)
Enlarge by a scale factor of 2 from point…(3 points)
Enlarge by a scale factor of 3 from point…(3 points)
Enlarge by a scale factor of 0.5 from point…(4 points)
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