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Which explains the transformation applied to rectangle
RECT to form rectangle R'ECT?
O All points of the rectangle were translated 4 units up.
O All segments of the rectangle were rotated 180°
clockwise around the origin.
The rectangle was reflected over the x-axis.
The rectangle was dilated 4 units up.

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The answer is the third option. The rectangle was reflected over the x-axis.

Step-by-step explanation:

It's not a because the points were moved 6 units up not 4.

It's not b because the new rectangle is in the wrong quadrant for it to be rotated 180 degrees.

It's not d because the rectangle didn't change sizes.
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