April 18, 2014

Homework Help: geometry

Posted by jeng on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 12:50am.

Figures that correspond under a translation, rotation, or
reflection are said to be translation congruent, rotation
congruent, or reflection congruent. Position two congruent
figures on a piece of paper to satisfy each combination
of congruences listed. Use tracing paper, mirrors, or
GES to justify your choices.
a. All three congruences
b. Translation and rotation congruences only
c. Translation and reflection congruences only
d. Rotation and reflection congruences only
e. Translation congruence only
f. Rotation congruence only
g. Reflection congruence only
h. None of the three congruences

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