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2-108.

Use the following directions to create a mystery letter! On a piece of graph paper, use a ruler to draw a four-quadrant graph. Scale each axis from $6$ to $–6$. Plot these points and connect them in order to create a rectangle: $(2, 1), (2, 4), (3, 4), (3, 1)$. Be sure to connect the last point to the first point. Then:

1. Rotate the rectangle $90°$ clockwise $( \circlearrowright )$ about the point $(2, 1)$ and draw the rotated rectangle.

The point $(2, 1)$ must stay in the same place.

2. Reflect the new rectangle over the line $y = 2$ and draw the reflected rectangle.

Recall that $y = 2$ is a horizontal line because every point on the line has a $y$-coordinate of $2$.

3. Name the letter of the alphabet that your graph resembles.

Use the eTool below to create the mystery letter.
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