Well, once you know the theorems, it's not difficult. For a), there are two translations (preserving orientation) that map (0, 0) to (5, 0): a shift 5 units to the right and a rotation by 180 degrees around (2.5, 0). The shift can be obtained as the composition of two reflections over any two vertical lines 2.5 units apart (first over the left one, then over the right one). The rotation is the composition of reflections over any two perpendicular lines that intersect at (2.5, 0).
Take d). The origin is mapped to (3, 4), so the distance between the two points is 5. Therefore, one needs any two parallel lines 2.5 units apart with the slope -3/4 (because -3/4 * 4/3 = -1; this is the condition that the lines with these slopes are perpendicular).