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Find the image A' of point A [1,2] in axial symmetry with the axis p: x = -1 + 3t, y = -2 + t (t = are real number)

Correct answer:

x =  3
y =  -3

Step-by-step explanation:

x0=1 y0=2 n=(3,1)  n:3x+1y+c =0  3 1+1 2+c=0  c=5  c=15=5  c=5  n:3x+y5=0  3 (1+3 t)+(2+t)5=0  10t=10  t=1010=1  t=1  x1=1+3 t=1+3 1=2 y1=2+t=2+1=1 x=x1+x0=2+1=3

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