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### How do you reflect a shape in a point?

Let's call the point of reflection O.
Take any point on the shape. Draw a line from that point to O
and extend it beyond O for the same length (so that O is the
midpoint of this line). The far end of the line is the image of the
original point. Repeat for every point and you have the reflection
of the original shape.
In actual fact, if the shape is a polygon, then you only need to
reflect the vertices and join up their images. Well defined curves
will form the same shape and it should not be too difficult to
reproduce their reflection. However, with a random wriggly curve
you have no choice but to map each point.

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### What is the vertex of a point?

The concept of a vertex, which is the intersecting point between
two or more geometrical shapes, is meaningless in this case. A
point can't have a vertex since it has no shape. A vertex, however
can be a point. For example, if one 2-D line intersects another 2-D
line, that point of intersection is the vertex.