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I believe it is II
Is that right?
and also III
(It can be more than one)
oh it can?
@ganeshie8 @mathstudent55 @Michele_Laino
i honestly think all three
isometric transformations do not alter the shape or size of the image
I is isometric - it a reflection
II is not - the image has different dimensions and shape
what about III?
you are right - III is isometric It is a rotation.
So 2 are isometric:- I and III
Wait - I apologise - I've looked at II again . It is a reflection it is isometric. All three
All three of them? That would have been my second guess.
Unless you are playing me.
Yes with II - if you imagine a y axis in between - it is a reflection
Okay, I see it.
No I'm not playing you - for some reason I thought part of II image was different but its not.
I'm not sure what's wrong with me today - my concentration is not up to scratch.
i told you!!!!!!!!
yes @Skielerlucas04 - you were right But please don't just give direct answers . Read Code of Conduct.
ok sorry :'(