anonymous
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as a computer programmar, you have to define the movements of a batteship across a virtual grid. Will you program the transformation from the original position (Figure I) to the final position (Figure II) as a translation, reflection, or rotation?
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anonymous
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anonymous
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Looks like a mirror across the x-axis, one answer stands out
anonymous
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reflection?

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anonymous
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thats it, reflection , visualize the alternatives, if you rotate then the apex of the triangles will be at opposite sides, and if you translate, then the object will only slide around and keep the orientation upright.
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