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6-67.

On graph paper, plot and connect the points to form quadrilateral $WXYZ$ if $W(3,7)$, $X(3,4)$, $Y(9,1)$, and $Z(5,6)$.

1. What is the shape of quadrilateral $WXYZ$? Justify your conclusion.

Quadrilateral $WXYZ$ looks like a trapezoid, but make sure by comparing the slopes of the sides that look parallel.

2. Find the perimeter of quadrilateral $WXYZ$.

Find the lengths of the sides that are not parallel to an axis by drawing slope triangles and using the Pythagorean Theorem. 3. If quadrilateral $WXYZ$ is reflected using the transformation function $(x→−x,y→y)$ to form quadrilateral $W'X'Y'Z'$, then where is $Y'$?

Reflect the points across the $y\text{-axis}$ by finding the distance between the point and axis and placing the reflected point that number of units to the other side of the axis.

Since W is at $(3,7)$ and a y-axis reflection $(x,y)→(-x,y)$ then only the $x\text{-coordinate}$ should change.
$W'$ should be plotted at $(-3,7)$.

Repeat this process for the other points!
Where should $X(3,4)$ be reflected to?

Plot it and name it $X'$.
Keep going with the other points.

4. Rotate quadrilateral $WXYZ$ about the origin $90º$ clockwise ($\circlearrowright$) to form quadrilateral $W''X''Y''Z''$. What is the slope of $\overleftrightarrow{W''Z''}$?

You may find it helpful to rotate points by drawing a rectangle between the origin and the point and then rotating the rectangle $90º$ clockwise.
Keep your eye on the point you're actually working on! See how the yellow rectangle has rotated $90º$ clockwise?

So $X''(4,-3)$

The slope can be written as $\frac{\Delta y}{\Delta x}$.

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