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Braxton Pugh
2021-03-08
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A city planner wanted to place the new town library at site A. The mayor thought that it would be better at site B. What transformations were applied to the building at site A to relocate the building to site B? Did the mayor change the size or orientation of the library?

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Adnaan Franks

Answered 2021-03-09
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reflection across the y-axis, 2 units left, 4 units down
The mayor did not change the size of the library, but the orientation was changed because it is a reflection (reflection does not preserve orientation).

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