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Shape 1 and shape 2 are plotted on a coordinate plane. Which statement about the shapes is true? Shape 1 is congruent to shape 2, which can be shown using a sequence of dilations and translations. Shape 1 is not congruent to shape 2 because the shapes do not have the same absolute coordinates. Shape 1 is congruent to shape 2, which can be shown using a translation. Shape 1 is not congruent to shape 2 because a sequence of rigid transformations will not map shape 1 onto shape 2.

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