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Symmetry in the line $x=y$
In the plane, why does the symmetry in the line $y=x$ sends the point of coordinates $(x,y)$ into the point of coordinates $(y,x)$ ? P.S. : does someone have a proof without linear algebra ?
Jan 18 '13 at 16:50
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