8.2 Reflections #19 and #20

H. Honeycutt

This is #19 reflected by the mac book camera, showing that I wrote it backwards correctly.

Leonardo da Vinci would ask me to work on writing my letters more neatly.

Mirror writing might have seemed natural to Leonardo da Vinci because he was left handed. Mirror writing allowed him to write right to left, allowing he to see his work. If he was left handed and wrote left to right, his previous work would be blocked from sight by his hand.

The picture above is part A of #20 and is an example of everyday life of objects or situations that show or use reflections.

The triangle ABC is reflected to make triangle A'B'C'. Triangle ABC is reflected over the y axis of 1. The reflected triangle is exactly the same size and shape as the original triangle.

This picture above is part B of #20 and is an example of everyday life objects or situations that show or use reflections.

This rectangle represens a mirror and its reflection. DEFJ is the original image and D'E'F'J' is its reflection. The reflected image is backwards compared to the original image. Just like in #19.

This is part C of #20 above. It also is an example of everyday life objects or situations that show or use reflections.

This circle ir reflected across the y axis of 0. Both circles are the same size and same shape. Even when reflected, the circles look exactly the same.

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