dietrich_harmon
State whether the transformation appears to be a rigid motion. Explain.



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@Yellowpanda

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are u gonna help or u just gonna look

skullpatrol
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That depends on you.

dietrich_harmon
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what?

skullpatrol
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Are you willing to learn?

dietrich_harmon
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u know i get some help from somebody who isn't disrespect okay bye

skullpatrol
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I tried to show you a general method of learning when I answered your last question ...

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In this question the same method applies:
we need a definition of "rigid motion"

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But if you are willing to ask questions I will help you ;)

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Askaway.