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14 April, 06:26

Triangle XYZ, with vertices X (-2, 0), Y (-2, - 1), and Z (-5, - 2), undergoes a transformation to form triangle X′Y′Z′, with vertices X′ (4, - 2), Y′ (4, - 3), and Z′ (1, - 4). The type of transformation that triangle XYZ undergoes is a.

Triangle X′Y′Z′ then undergoes a transformation to form triangle X′Y′Z′, with vertices X″ (4, 2), Y″ (4, 3), and Z″ (1, 4). The type of transformation that triangle X′Y′Z′ undergoes is a.

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  1. 14 April, 08:04
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    Part A, a translation of (x+6, y-2)

    Part B a reflection over the x axis
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