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# 99 Points Need Help! How to reflect over y= -x+6

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #3762
2 months ago
To reflect in the line y = -x + 6, we translate everything down 6 first. This will make it seem like we are reflecting in the line y = -x
(x,y) → (x, y-6)
Then, to reflect in the line y = -x, we switch the x- and y-coordinates and then make them negative
(x,y) → (-(y-6), -x)
Then we move everything back up again
(x,y) → (-(y-6), -x + 6)
I will present to you an example. Reflect the point (-4, 8) in the line y = -x + 6.
(-4,8) → (-(8-6), -(-4) + 6) → (-2, 10)
You should graph this out to confirm with the reflection line.

## Solution 2

Guest #3763
2 months ago

(x,y) → (-(y-6), -x + 6)

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Please Help!!!!!! So i know how to reflect over line y=-x but how would i do it over line y=-x+6. An example would be helpful and a rule for more problems of this kind.
Solution 1
To reflect in the line y = -x + 6, we translate everything down 6 first. This will make it seem like we are reflecting in the line y = -x
(x,y) → (x, y-6)
Then, to reflect in the line y = -x, we switch the x- and y-coordinates and then make them negative
(x,y) → (-(y-6), -x)
Then we move everything back up again
(x,y) → (-(y-6), -x + 6)
I will present to you an example. Reflect the point (-4, 8) in the line y = -x + 6.
(-4,8) → (-(8-6), -(-4) + 6) → (-2, 10)
You should graph this out to confirm with the reflection line.
Question
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Solution 1
The answer to this question is 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Solution 2
The answe is 14 I hope I helped
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Solution 2
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