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If the reflection is over the x value, the x-value does not change.

Q: What happens to the x-value of the ordered pair when the ordered pair is reflected over the x-value?

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You can write ordered pairs as ratios to determine if two sets of ordered pairs form a linear or non-linear relationship. In a table of x,y values, the ordered pairs are listed as the x value first, then the corresponding y value. Remove from the table and write as a ratio of x over y, (or y over x, if you like). In a linear relationship, all the ratios of x over y, (or y over x) are equivalent.

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