A triangle has vertices at B(−3, 0), C(2, −1), D(−1, 2). Which transformation would produce an image with vertices B″(−2, 1), C″(3, 2), D″(0, −1)?

 

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First shift to the right one unit, then flip the resulting triangle over the line y=½.

The line y=½ is shown in yellow as the flip line.

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