Q: What rotates or flips a figure over a line to a new position?

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A reflection?

There is no form of reflection that flips one point on a line and leaves the rest of the line unchanged.

Reflection

You divide the length of a side of the first figure by the length of the line in the same relative position in the second figure.

Trace the figure. Then turn the tracing paper over so that the pencil marks are on the opposite side of the paper. If you can find a position in which the original figure and the inverted trace match up, you have a line of symmetry.

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A reflection.

A reflection?

Its like flipping it's a reflection

to slide or move a figure to a new position along a striaght line

The line rotates anti-clockwise, from a horizontal to a vertical position.

There is no form of reflection that flips one point on a line and leaves the rest of the line unchanged.

Rotation

Reflection

It is called a reflection.

you guys dont know me eitherA translationTranslationA translation is movement of a figure to a new position along a straight line.

You divide the length of a side of the first figure by the length of the line in the same relative position in the second figure.

A planet's axis is the imaginary line that the planet rotates around, like spinning top.