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Which of the following properties do not change under a
size transformation? Explain how you can be sure of your
answers.
a. Distance between points
b. Angle measure
c. Parallelism; that is, if two lines are parallel to each
other, then their images are parallel to each other.

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asked by Kirk
  1. c. is right. But note that:

    Which of the following properties do not change under a
    size transformation?

    It is a very subtle question. The verb "do" means that there may be more than one answer. Can you spot the other?

    posted by MathMate

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