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Which type of isometry is the equivalent of two reflections across intersecting lines? (1 point) glide reflection rotation reflection none of these

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  1. jim_thompson5910
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    If you reflect an object twice, and these two lines of reflections intersect at some point Q, then the object will be rotated x degrees around the point Q. The value of x is the angle between the two lines.

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