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3 2 is f the point f 8 4 is in quadrant iv symmetric

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Unformatted text preview: elow. y 9 8 D(0, 8) 7 6 H (7, 5) 5 4 F (−8, 4) √ C (π, 10) 3 2 1 E (−5.5, 0) −9 −8 −7 −6 −5 −4 −3 −2 −1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 x −1 −2 B (1.3, −2) −3 −4 −5 −6 −7 A(−3, −7) −8 −9 G(9.2, −7.8) 1.1 The Cartesian Coordinate Plane 2. 13 (a) The point A(−3, −7) is • • • • (e) The point E (−5.5, 0) is • • • • in Quadrant III symmetric about x-axis with (−3, 7) symmetric about y -axis with (3, −7) symmetric about origin with (3, 7) (b) The point B (1.3, −2) is (f) The point F (−8, 4) is • • • • • • • • in Quadrant IV symmetric about x-axis with (1.3, 2) symmetric about y -axis with (−1.3, −2) symmetric about origin with (−1.3, 2) √ (c) The point C (π, 10) is • • • • 3. • • • • in Quadrant I √ symmetric about x-axis with (π, − 10) √ symmetric about y -axis with (−π, 10) √ symmetric about origin with (−π, − 10) −1, • • • • 7 2 (e) d = √ (b) d = 4 10, M = (1, −4) (c) d = √ 26, M =...
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