Mirror Reflection

mirror reflection

[′mir·ər ri′flek·shən]

Mirror Reflection


the transformation of a space with respect to a given plane a for which to a point P located to one side of the plane a there corresponds a point P’ located on the other side of a in such a way that the plane a is perpendicular to the segment PP’ and passes through its center. A mirror reflection leaves the points in plane a unchanged. The mirror reflection of a plane with respect to a given straight line is defined analogously.

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