FNGR 2 | Lesson 5 | Explore (Function Reflections) Solutions

  1. The point of intersection is located on the line \(y=x\) . 
  2. The \(x\) and \(y\) coordinates of the each set of points are inverted as shown in graph one with the points \((4,5)\) and \((5, 4)\) and \((-3, 0)\) and \((0, -3)\) .
  3. Answers will vary.  All responses should include a set of points in which the \(x\) and \(y\) values are inverted.
  4. The line drawn between two points in which the \(x\) and \(y\) coordinates are inverted is perpendicular to the line \(y=x\) .  The distances from each point to the line \(y = x\) are equal.

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