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  • one year ago

The triangles are congruent by SSS. Which transformation(s) can be used to map one triangle onto the other? reflection only translation only dilation, then translation rotation, then translation rotation then dilation

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  1. AlexandervonHumboldt2
    • one year ago
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    reflection is a rigid motion, thus all sides will be the same, thus they will be congruent by SSS translation is a rigid motion, thus all sides will be the same, thus they will be congruent by SSS rotation is a rigid motion, thus all sides will be the same, thus they will be congruent by SSS dilation is not a rigid motion, triangles will not be congruent, thus will not be congruent by SSS

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