Look at the following triangles drawn on xy-coordinate axes.

Shape A has been reflected in the x-axis to land on Shape B.

This has been done by moving each corner across the mirror line, the same distance beyond.

Look at the following L-shapes drawn on xy-coordinate axes.

Shape A has been reflected in the y-axis to land on Shape B.

This has been done by moving each corner across the mirror line, the same distance beyond.

**Example**

Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.

On which triangle does** Triangle D** land when it is** reflected in the y-axis**?

**Answer**

**Triangle D** lands on** Triangle A **when it is **reflected **in the **y-axis.**

**NB Triangle D **lands on** Triangle K **when it is **reflected **in the** x-axis.**