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How do you write a sequence of rigid motions?

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@Psymon Can you help?
Not even sure what that is to be honest. Sequences, yes. Sequences of rigid motions? I wouldn't even know what to suggest if I didn't have an exampleor some problem, lol.

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Thats the problem im trying to solve...For AB and XY.
Well I could get ya the length of those line segments, but not sure what I would be doing with thatin regards to sequences. That'd be new to me.
Oh okay, well thanks...Im lost:(
So I'm guessing by solve for you don't mean getting the length? xD
Yea...I dont. Its about transformation
Well, I suppose Professor Google it is.
Google has failed:(
Yeah, I'm looking at it and it's saying about what kind of transformation is it, checking with distance formula, blah blah, but not sure what does or doesnt apply to your question xD
I dont know either...

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