If an object is reflected twice over parallel lines, and corresponding points of the original and final translation image are 26 centimeters apart, how far apart are the parallel lines?

If an object is reflected twice over parallel lines, and corresponding points of the original and final translation image are 26 centimeters apart, how far apart are the parallel lines?

Your answer has a varied range. If the object is a 2cm square, then the parallel lines are 6.5cm apart. If the object is a point, then the lines would have to be 7.5cm apart. [
Is there some designated shape to begin with? The formula below can help you solve what you are looking for.
2(object width)+4(distance of parallel lines)=30cm
or
2*w + 4*d = 30 ]

If an object is reflected twice over parallel lines, and corresponding points of the original and final translation image are 26 centimeters apart, how far apart are the parallel lines?

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User: If an object is reflected twice over parallel lines, and corresponding points of the original and final translation image are 26 centimeters apart, how far apart are the parallel lines?

Weegy: Your answer has a varied range. If the object is a 2cm square, then the parallel lines are 6.5cm apart. If the object is a point, then the lines would have to be 7.5cm apart. [
Is there some designated shape to begin with? The formula below can help you solve what you are looking for.
2(object width)+4(distance of parallel lines)=30cm
or
2*w + 4*d = 30 ] jeifunk|Points 9902|

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Weegy: Complete this statement: 8 ounces is to one cup as ___80_ ounces is to 10 cups. Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 484|

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