math help plz
posted by gabriel .
explain whether or not,in a composition of two or more isometries,the order of applying them matters

According to a web site that I provided when this question was asked yesterday, the order of isometric operations CAN make a difference. An example was provided.
This is not my field of expertise; perhaps another of our math experts can provide a better answer.
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