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  1. nakya
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    How are translations represented as a function? What is the relationship between a translation and a rigid motion?

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    How are reflections represented as a function? What is the relationship between a reflection and a rigid motion?

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    How are rotations represented as a function? What is the relationship between a rotation and a rigid motion?

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    How do you connect the ideas of congruency and rigid motion? How does the criteria for triangle congruence (ASA, SAS, and SSS) follow from the definition of congruence in terms of rigid motions?

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    @Calcmathlete do you know any of these?

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    @phi @TuringTest can you guys help please?

  7. jewlzme17
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    what is the function?

  8. nakya
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    there are none these are essential question from the textbook :( i don't understand it at all @jewlzme17

  9. jewlzme17
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    really? wow. They don't show you a diagram or triangle or anything?

  10. nakya
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    nope :( @jewlzme17

  11. jewlzme17
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    okay, then do you know like exactly what they want you to do? I think they just want you to find the meaning of it

  12. nakya
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    yep thats it

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