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If parallelogram $A B C D$ is reflected over the $\boldsymbol{y}$-axis to become $A^{\prime} B^{\prime} C^{\prime} D^{\prime}$, what are the coordinates of $C^{\prime}$ ?

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From the given parallelogram the coordinates of $C$ are $\left(1,-1\right)$.

We know that if the reflection of a point is taken in $y$-axis then the sign of abscissa $(x\text{-coordinate of point})$ is changed and the magnitude is kept the same.

So, the reflected point $C'$ is $\left(-\left(1\right),-1\right)=\left(-1,-1\right)$.

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