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6-94.

On graph paper, graph quadrilateral $MNPQ$ if $M(-3, 6), N(2, 8), P(1, 5),$ and $Q(- 4, 3)$. .

1. What shape is $MNPQ$? Show how you know.

Look at the graph. Does the quadrilateral have any parallel sides? Does it have any congruent sides?

1. Use the function $(x, y) → (x, -y)$ to transform $MNPQ$ into $M'N'P'Q'$.
What are the coordinates of $P$′? Describe the transformation.

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