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# Consider reflections of δjkl. what line of reflection maps point k to point k' at (–5, 2)? what line of reflection maps point l to point l' at (–2, 3)?

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Answer:When a point is reflected it must be reflected over a lineThe transformation from K to K' is a reflection over the y-axisThe transformation from I to I' is a reflection over the line y= -xFrom the complete question, the given parameters are:c (a) From K to K'We have:Notice that, only the x-coordinate of point K is negated to form point K'This means that: the transformation from K to K' is:Step-by-step explanation: Answer: y-axis, y=-x