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1. Which of these transformations are isometries? (I) parallelogram EFGH parallelogram XWVU (II) hexagon CDEFGH hexagon YXWVUT (III) triangle EFG triangle VWU a.1 only b. 2 and 3 only c. 1 and 3 only d. 1,2, and 3***
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2. Which image is the translation of<ABC given by the translation rule (x,y)>(x+2,y2) My answer D
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3.Which translation rule describes the translation that is 6 units to the left an?d 5 units up? a.(x,y)>(x+6,y5) b.(x,y)>(x6,y5) c.(x,y)>(x+6,y+5) d.(x,y)>(x6,y+5)***My Answer
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4. Which rule describes the transformation that is a reflection across the yaxis? a.(x,y)>(x,y) b.(x,y>(x,y)*** c.(x,y)>(x,y) d.(x,y)>(y,x)
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All of them are becuese even if it holds a shape it's an isometries
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wait so all of my answers are right ? :D
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I believe so
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