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A reflection in the line x=2 followed by a reflection in the x axis.
And also
a reflection in y=x followed by a reflection in the line y=-x
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In first case the reflection of point (x,y) in the line x = a will be
(x,y) -----> (( 2a - x ), y) and then in the x axis it will be ((2a-x) , -y )
Thus the reflection in both the lines ie., x=a and x axis taken together will be
(x,y) ----> ((2a-x), -y )
The point (x, y) is distance x- 2 from the line x= 2. It will be mapped to the point that distance on the other side: 2- (x- 2)= 4- x. Reflecting (x, y) in the line x= 2 maps it to (4- x, y). Reflecting in the x-axis just changes the sign on y. "A reflection in the line x=2 followed by a reflection in the x axis" maps (x, y) to (4- x, -y).
A reflection in y= x maps (x, y) to (y, x). Why don't you think about "reflection in the line y= -x"? If you are not sure draw a graph.And also
a reflection in y=x followed by a reflection in the line y=-x
thank youuuuu