# Transformation Geometry Proofs

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$_n$_m((x,y))= (x+6,y-3). Find equations for lines m and n.

note: $_a is a reflection about line a

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This shows how to find equations in transformation geometry. The reflection is analyzed.

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A simple observation is that we can suppose lines m and n are orthogonal. ...

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