When the graph of the given function is flipped over the line , the coordinates will swap.
The mapping for a reflection in the line is .
We can observe that one portion of the graph is in the first quadrant . When we flip this part we will get , which is still in the first quadrant.
Also, when we flip the portion of the graph in the second quadrant (-x,y), we will obtain (y,-x), which is standing for all coordinates in the fourth quadrant.
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this is point-slope form since you only have 4 as the slope it goes in place of m
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there is a formula i can give you:
it is r^2*n*sin(360/n) divided by 2 where r represents the "radius" and n is the number of sides.
plug them in:
(10sqrt(3))^2*6*sin(360/6) divided by 2
100*3*6*sin(60) divided by 2
approx is 779.4 cm^2