# Pre-Calc

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Describe the difference between transformations and nonrigid transformations.

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Nonrigid Transformations
Rigid
transformations: the
basic shape of the graph is
unchanged
.
Horizontal shifts,
Vertical shifts,
Reflections
Change
only the
position
of the graph in the coordinate
plane.
Nonrigid
transformations:
cause
a
distortion

a change in
the shape of the original graph

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