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  • one year ago

A triangle has the coordinates (−3, 4), (−4, 7), and (−2, 7) at its vertices. The transformed triangle has the coordinates (−4, −3), (−7, −4), and (−7, −2) at its vertices. Are the triangle and its transformation congruent? Why or why not?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A.) No, because transformation is 90 degrees clockwise rotation B.) No, because transformation is 180 degrees clockwise rotation C.) Yes, because transformation is 270 degrees clockwise rotation D.), Yes, because transformation is 360 degrees clockwise rotation

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Please help? @AJ01

  3. anonymous
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    Two figures are congruent if they are the: Exact same shape Exact same size

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