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A rotation through 180 degrees.

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Q: A flip of a figure over a point what is it?
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To flip a figure over a line?

To flip a figure over a line is a reflection.

Give an example of reflection?

Geometry reflection: a flip of a figure over a specific point or line Real life situation: mirror or reflecting pool.

How would you explain to someone what it means for a figure to have reflection symmetry?

It means that if you flip the figure over, you get the same figure again.

What does a flip in math?

You do a flip in geometrey when you do transformations. Flip is a transformation in which a plane figure is flipped or reflected across a line, creating a mirror image of the original figure.

How are symmetry and a flip transformation alike?

They are alike because when you flip a figure you flip it on the line of symmetry am i right i am in 5th grade i was looking for the answer not answering.

When was Game Over - Flip - created?

Game Over - Flip - was created in 2003.

Is it true that similar figures you can slide and flip them?

You can always slide and flip any figure that you want to. But that will not make them the same.

What is a mathematical reflection?

It is a transformation representing a flip of a figure or drawing

What changes when you slide flip or turn a plane figure?

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What is a figure formed by a transformation?

A transformation can be several changes.A translation is a slide without changing the figure.A rotation is a turn around a point that doesn't change the figure.A dilation is a change in size either larger or smaller.A reflection is a flip over a line that doesn't change the size.

How do you rotate a figure 180 degrees anticlockwise in a graph?

Flip the graph over the x and y axes. one first, then the other. All coordinates will then be (-x, -y).

What is the rotation symmetry for a six sided figure?

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