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I remembered what isometry is AND IT NOT D!
*IT IS NOT D!
Let's analyze the word "isometric". iso = same metric = measure. So you can figure out what kind of transformation it is!
easy example for isometry consider a square... what shape does it have if I rotate it 90 degrees clockwise?
if I rotate a square 90 degrees clockwise then _____________
it stays the same right?
think about dice. yes it does stay the same
a square rotated 90 degrees clockwise still retains the shape... I can rotate again and again and I will have that square
so it doesnt need to preserve angle measures?
no.. isometry preserves the shape of an object.
the isometric transformations are nuts though...depending on what you are being presented.
isometric transformations <- glide reflection, translation, rotation, reflection
I remember reflecting and rotating a LOT when I did isometric transformations
so based on what I wrote, which choices can we throw out?
A and B
We can throw out B because rotation is an isometric transformation...
there's one more answer choice that can be thrown out... remember what I wrote about the different isometric transformations ?
I mentioned that word twice.
yes... consider the b d p q letter if I pick d then I can use vertical reflection d b and I have a b |dw:1435065852461:dw|
so we are left with A. change size C. preserve angles
This has something to do with the definition of Isometric Transformations. I only gave the definition of Isometry and that's preserve it's shape.. Isometric Transformation definition, however, tells us more AN Isometric Transformation is a transformation that preserves the distances and angles between an image and pre-image. In an Isometric Transformation the image is exactly the same size and shape as the pre-image.
do you see any terms that look familiar to your remaining choices?
It would be A
yup because a shape that changes size is a non-isometric transformation.
So a is correct
did i earn a medal
I want medals XD.
@mathmate can give you one... but you kind of stole my stuff x(
wait what just happened? *scrolls up*
no i stole googles stuff lol
O___________________________________o oh embarrassing XD It's probably because you two are orange so my mind was focused on something else and then your colors blended in.
you know what's weird. When I did my modeling project, my professor said just replicate it... like write it in my own words. I asked if it was plagiarism or a rip off. He was like as long as I don't republish the article, then it's fine. What the heck?
@UsukiDoll :) thank you for your generosity. Your appreciation is sufficient!
I think rip offs are harder to find in Math because the result is the same whereas in English you can tell based on the sentence structure
Ok I need sleep way past my bed time night,