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kimberlyevens

  • one year ago

2. What is the difference between an isometric transformation and one that is not isometric? Provide examples to illustrate at least two isometric transformations and at least one transformation that are not isometric. @campbell_st

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  1. campbell_st
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    well aren't isometric transformations the ones where the original shape of the object doesn't change...? and the not isometric they do change.... like in an enlargement... I think its something like that so if you rotate an object... that's isometric...

  2. kimberlyevens
    • one year ago
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    ok thank you @campbell_st

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