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# On a coordinate plane, 3 triangles are shown. Triangle B C D has points (1, 4), (1, 2), (5, 3). Triangle B prime C prime D prime has points (negative 1, 4), (negative 1, 2), (negative 5, 3). Triangle B double-prime C double-prime D double-prime has points (5, negative 1), (5, negative 3), (1, negative 2). Which rule describes the composition of transformations that maps ΔBCD to ΔB"C"D"? Translation of 5 units x, negative 6 units y composition reflection across y = negative x Reflection across y = negative x composition translation of 5 units x, negative 6 units y. Translation of 6 units x, negative 5 units y composition reflection across the y-axis Reflection across the y-axis composition translation of 6 units x, negative 5 units y

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Reflection across the y-axis composition translation of 6 units x, -5 units y. Then the correct option is D.What is a transformation of the points?A spatial transformation is each mapping of feature space to itself and it maintains some spatial correlation between figures.On a coordinate plane, 3 triangles are shown. Triangle B C D has points (1, 4), (1, 2), (5, 3). Triangle B'C'D' has points (-1, 4), (-1, 2), (-5, 3). Triangle B"C"D" has points (5, -1), (5, -3), (1, -2).Reflection across the y-axis composition translation of 6 units x, -5 units y.The diagram is given below.More about the transformation of the points link is given below.