# What one transformation is the same as a reflection over two parallel lines?

A translation.

### What transformation is equivalent to reflection over a point geometry?

Reflection over a point is equivalent to enlargement with the same point as the focus of enlargement and a scale factor of -1.

### What transformation gives the same result as a rotation of 180 around the origin followed by a reflection over the x axis?

Reflection in the y-axis.

### When Triangle abc is flipped over the x-axis what type of transformation took place?

It is a reflection.

### What is the difference between rotation and reflection in graphic design?

Rotation is a transformation that spins an object on a specific point. In Adobe Illustrator, an object's default rotation point is its centre. Reflection is a transformation that flips an object over and across a specific axis. In Adobe Illustrator, an object's default reflection axis runs vertically through its centre.

### Why isn't lines of longitude parallel?

Because The lines of Longitude cross over each other at the top of the world which makes them not parallel. Parallel: Lines that never cross or meet And always stay the same distance apart.

### Define parallel and explain how the slope of 2 parallel lines would be related?

I always remembered parallel line because of the 2 "L's" in parallel. They are perfectly parallel to each other and will never intersect. The slope of a line is the rise over run, or rise/run. Therefore if both lines are parallel, the slopes of the lines are the same.

### Define parallel line?

Lines are parallel if they lie in the same plane, and are the same distance apart over their entire length. Parallel lines remain the same distance apart over their entire length. No matter how far you extend them, they will never meet.

### Can rays ever be parallel lines?

Rays aren't really lines, since (Euclidean) lines extend infinitely in all directions, so they can't be parallel lines. But that's to fret a bit too much over the wording. Yes, rays, just like lines and line segments, can be parallel to other rays, lines, or line segments.

### What is the math definition for parallel?

Lines are parallel if they lie in the same plane, and are the same distance apart over their entire length

### Do parallel lines have the same slope?

Yes, parallel lines have the same slope. Parallel means that the lines go on forever and never cross - so, you could practically put one line on top of the other and it would have the same slope (how much it rises in relation to how far over it goes). The only difference between two lines that are parallel is their y-intercept (where they cross the y-axis).

### What lines cross over each other at a certain point?

In Euclidean geometry, any two lines in a plane that are not parallel will cross.

### What is a figure formed by a transformation?

A transformation can be several changes. A translation is a slide without changing the figure. A rotation is a turn around a point that doesn't change the figure. A dilation is a change in size either larger or smaller. A reflection is a flip over a line that doesn't change the size.

### What are the imaginary lines parallel to the prime meridian?

There are no geographic lines that are parallel to the Prime Meridian. Technically, every meridian of longitude is parallel to every other meridian of longitude, but only over an infinitesimal distance north or south of the equator. I'm quite sure that's not what you're looking for.

### What line is parallel to y equals 2 over 3 x plus 2?

y=2/(3x) + 2 isn't linear so nonthing can be parallel to it as "parallel" can only apply to lines.

### What are two lines in math?

Two lines in math are called parallel lines. They never intersect or cross over each other. Therefore they are like train tracks that never touch.

### What would the slope be of a line parallel to one with a slope of negative two over three?

The slope of any parallel lines is always the same. Parallel means they are co-planar which means lie in the same plane, and never intersect. In order for the lines to not intersect you would need the same slope. In this case the answer is -2/3.

### What do parallel lines mean?

It means the lines will never meet, even if they went on infinitely long. The lines move in exactly the same direction, even if their length is different. Another way to think about it, is that you could lay one line over the other, and you would only see one line (because they line up exactly). To help visualize this, lay to pencils side by side so that the eraser is flush with something (a… Read More

### What are a score or more mathematical terms associated with lines and their meanings?

1 Lines equidistant apart are parallel. 2 Lines perpendicular meet at right angles. 3 Lines intersecting form vertical opposite equal angles. 4 Line between the numerator and denominator of a fraction is the solidus. 5 Lines can be plotted on the Cartesian plane. 6 Line segments have end points and midpoints. 7 Lines can be in the form of equations. 8 Line of best fit is used in statistical data. 9 Line segments of a… Read More

### What is the nature and crossing appearing on a cheque?

A cheque is crossed (two parallel lines) to show it can only be paid into an account. A cheque untouched i.e. no lines is called open, and can be cashed over the counter.

### What are straight lines crossing over each other called?

Intersecting Lines. Two lines next to each other but go straight and never meet are called parallel lines. Perpendicular is when two lines cross right into the middle and makes 4 right angles (90 degrees). you!! :)

### How many pairs of parallel lines on a parellelogram have?

Two. A parallelogram has four sides, and looks like a rectangle that's been squashed over. It thus retains the property that each side is parallel to the one opposite it.

### Why the distance between two parallels is always equal except at the poles?

On a flat surface, in plane geometry, two parallel lines never meet; they are perfectly aligned with each other, so that they neither approach nor diverge from each other, at any distance. Parallel lines can meet at the poles, but not in plane geometry; this happens in spherical geometry. If the lines are on a sphere, such as, for example, the lines of longitude that are used (in conjunction with lines of latitude) to specify… Read More

### What is a reflection as a math term?

A reflection is when a shape flips completely over. The coordinates of the shape will opposite as well. The reflection can change depending what you are flipping it over.

### If AB is parallel to CD and the slope of CD is one over two what is the slope of AB?

The slope of line AB will be 1/2. Two parallel lines will always have the same slope, so if you know the slope of one line that is parallel to another, you know the other line's slope.

### What is the name of the line that is parallel to the prime meridian?

There are no geographic lines that are parallel to the Prime Meridian. Technically, every meridian of longitude is parallel to every other meridian of longitude, but only over an infinitesimal distance north or south of the equator. I'm quite sure that's not what you're looking for.

### What does reflection mean in reading?

Reflection means you go back over the subjects over which you had just read and make sure that you understand them Reflection can also mean what did you just learn.

### How did MacArthur push the north Koreans over the 38th parallel?

By landing troops at Inchon, in the rear of the North Korean army and threatening their supply lines from the north.

### What is parallel and skew line?

Parallel lines go the same way and are always the same distance from each other (eg you and a mate walking side by side). Skew lines pass each other but don't meet, eg when you walk under a bridge and the train passes over. You are heading different ways, but you don't actually (just pass by)

### Does the line of longitude cross over the line of latitude?

Each line of latitude (the ones parallel to the Equator) crosses each line of longitude (the north - south lines).

### What maneuvers can you do over solid - double - double yellow lines on the road?

When two parallel solid yellow lines separate lanes of traffic, the only legal maneuver you can perform is turning left into a driveway on the opposite side of the road.

### What geometry can be found in horseback riding?

The rails that you jump over arestraight lines 180 degrees. When the horse land their feet have to be completely perpendicular to the ground. When you go into jumping position over a jump you should be parallel to the ground.

### What are a score or more terms appertaining to lines in geometry and their meanings?

1 A line is of infinite length 2 A line segment has defined end points 3 Various lines can be constructed with a straight edge and a compass 4 Perpendicular lines meet at right angles 5 Parallel lines remain equidistance apart 6 Diagonal lines are found in polygons with 4 or more sides 7 Intersecting lines create vertical opposite equal angles 8 Angles together on a straight line add up to 180 degrees 9 The… Read More

### What is an example sentence with the word reflection?

He looked at the reflection in the mirror. The reflection of the sun dazzled him. In reflection, he was probably right.

### What is the rule for finding the reflection of a point over the axis?

For a reflection over the x axis, leave the x coordinate unchanged and change the sign of the y coordinate.For a reflection over the y axis, leave the y coordinate unchanged and change the sign of the x coordinate.

### How do you indicate congruent segments in a diagram How do you indicate congruent angles in a diagram?

Drawing two tiny parallel lines over the segment will indicate that it is a congruent segment. The little arc symbol can also be drawn over the segment or the angles.

### What does reflection over the y-axis mean?

Example: if you have a point with the coordinates (2,4), a reflection over the y-axis will result in the point with coordinates (-2,4).

### It is illegal to cross over double double lines that are how may feet apart?

If they are clearly parallel lines denoting a no passing zone, there should be no more than inches separating them. Any wider separation than that would begin denoting separate lanes of travel.

### How are euclids discoveries being used today?

Euclidean geometry is the study of points, lines, planes, and other geometric figures. The most prolonged argument over time has been that of the parallel postulate which states: there can only be one line that contains a given point and is parallel to another line.

### What does reflection mean in math terms?

It means that when it is flipped over an axis and the image is essentially a mirror image or reflection of what it was.

### What are geometric transformation?

shown on graphs . 3 types : translation , rotaation , reflection x , y - -x ,y = reflection over y axis x,y- y,-x = reflection over x- axis translation= x,y - x+ or - horizontal change , y+ or - vertical change Perfect reflection= x,y - y,-x 180 degree rotation = x,y - -x , -y 90 degree clockwise rotation=x,y - y , -x 90 degree counter clockwise rotation = x,y - -y,x… Read More

### How are skew different from parallel lines?

Skew lines do not lie in the same plane. Parallel lines do lie in the same plane. That's the difference. Neither of them are intersecting, so it can be confusing. Think of 2 highways that 'cross' with an overpass. While a highway is not a 'line' this should help you to understand. The 2 highways do not intersect; one goes 'under' and one goes 'over', so they are skew. This is different than two roads… Read More

### What are the differences between non-isometric and isometric transformations?

Two examples of isometric transformations: 1. Point reflections 2. Reflections over lines / x-axis / y-axis. Example of a non isometric transformation: 1. Dilations

### Importance of periscope?

it is an apparatus used for looking over the heads of crowd by raising it above the obstacle.it is used for submarines,nuclear reactors,laboratories where scientists used them to observe everything keeping quite safe from every danger. it is based on the principle of reflection at two parallel mirrors