kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
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. @perl
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rainbow_rocks03
  • rainbow_rocks03
HELP!
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
@rainbow_rocks03 do you need my help?
rainbow_rocks03
  • rainbow_rocks03
uh yah I said HELP an hr ago and now you ask if I need help!

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kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
im sorry but i wasnt online my pc crashed
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
@rainbow_rocks03
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
So do you still want me to help you? I would be glad to!
perl
  • perl
An isometric transformation is a transformation in which the distances between points of a figure are preserved. A translation or a rotation is such an example.
perl
  • perl
an example of a transformation that is not isometric, would be dilating (shrinking or enlarging).
perl
  • perl
because then the distances between points do change
kimberlyevens
  • kimberlyevens
oh ok thank you

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