Q: How can you reflect figures in the x-axis and y-axis?

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.... then your graph is inverted.

It is called the ordinate.

The vertical y axis on the Cartesian plane is both negative and positive

you can reflect in thought, or reflect some thing in a Mirror. There's other ways to reflect to.

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Which point is not located on the xaxis or the yaxis of a coordinate grid?Read more:Which_point_is_not_located_on_the_xaxis_or_the_yaxis_of_a_coordinate_grid

.... then your graph is inverted.

We use y_y axes

no

It is called the ordinate.

up and down. the x goes left and right

The vertical y axis on the Cartesian plane is both negative and positive

The artist depicted figures within settings that demonstrate the use of atmospheric perspective.

The artist depicted figures within settings that demonstrate the use of atmospheric perspective.

The artist depicted figures within settings that demonstrate the use of atmospheric perspective.

Because congruent figures just rotate or reflect making the shape the same size same everything, but when you dilate you shrink it or enlrge it making a similar figure but not a congruent figure. but translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations common thing is that when you move it or shrink it your shape still has the same angles.

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