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Q: Movement of figure to a new position by flipping it over a line?

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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.

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

To flip a figure over a line is a reflection.

A semicircle is an example of a figure with one straight line. It is a circle that has been split along the diameter.

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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.

Its like flipping it's a reflection

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

a transformation.

Reflection in the line.

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Flipping Out - 2007 Drawing the Line 6-3 was released on: USA: 18 September 2012

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.

The line that forms the edge of a figure is an edge line. Which forms the figure the has been drawn. You use this line to define a drawing or a 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.