∆ABC is reflected about the line y = -x to give ∆A’B’C’ with vertices A'(-1, 1), B'(-2, -1), C(-1, 0). What are the vertices of ∆ABC?

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∆ABC is reflected about the line y = -x to give ∆A’B’C’ with vertices
A'(-1, 1), B'(-2, -1), C(-1, 0). What are the vertices of ∆ABC?

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    2021-11-15T15:41:57+00:00

    Since A‘(-1,1) is on the line y=-x, reflecting it about the line doesn’t change its coordinate, so A’s coordinate is (-1,1). Reflecting B'(-2,1) about y=-x switches both the sign and the number of x and y, so B=(-1,2), and C'(-1,0) becomes C(0,1). Drawing out the graph with the points and the line helps.

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    2021-11-15T15:42:39+00:00

    Answer:

    Answer b for plato

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