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Example Question #1 : Coordinate Geometry
Given a point , what is the new value if this point is flipped across the line ?
The displacement between negative three and positive one is four.
This mean that after flipping the point, it must be symmetrical to its original location. The new point must also be 4 units to the right of the line.
The new point would be located at:
The answer is:
Example Question #2 : Coordinate Geometry
Which of the following symmetries applies to the graph of the relation
I) Symmetry with respect to the origin
II) Symmetry with respect to the -axis
III) Symmetry with respect to the -axis
I, II and III
None of these
is a circle with center and radius .
In other words, it is a circle with center at the origin, translated right units and up units (the radius is irrelevant to the question).
is this circle translated right zero units and up 2 units. The upshot is that the circle moves along the -axis only, and therefore is symmetric with respect to the -axis, but not the -axis. Also, as a consequence, it is not symmetric with respect to the origin.