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6-106.

Draw a coordinate graph, and then plot and connect the following points: A$(−3,1)$, B$(−1,3)$, C$(4,2)$, D$(2,0)$.

1. What is the shape you created?

What is this shape?
Notice that the shape has two pairs of parallel sides.

2. Reflect the shape across the $x$axis. List the coordinates of the new points.

3. Multiply each coordinate of the original shape by $3$. Graph the dilated shape. What are the new coordinates of the points?

Multiply each coordinate of the original shape by three.

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