Which of these properties of a rigid transformation is exclusive to translations?
the measures of the angles and sides in the preimage are preserved. the points in the preimage lie in the same plane as the points in the image. all the points in the preimage are shifted the same distance. the orientation of sequences of points in the preimage are always preserved
420 or c
Answer with explanation:
There are four kind of Rigid transformation that can take place in a two dimensional or Three dimensional geometrical Shape
When we translate a geometrical shape , the Preimage , shifts from one position to another position in the plane in which it lies ,without changing the shape ,size ,and Interior angle of the PreImage.
→→I have described first three properties ,which are true to translation by taking a triangle ,having vertices , (0,0), (0,1) and (1,0).
Now, translating the triangle , by 1 unit right and 1 unit up,got the triangle having vertices, (1,1),(1,2) and (2,1).
Option 4 : The orientation of sequences of points in the pre image are always preserved, is the property of a rigid transformation that appears exclusive to translations.
C. All the point in the pre-image are shifted the same distance.
It's not A because for example, a rotation also preserves the angles and sides.
It's not B because the points stay in the same plane for all transformations.
It.s not D - the orientation is the same in a rotation.
Translations is one of the rigid transformations known in geometry. It simply refers to the copying of an image possessing the exact qualities on that of the original image. Thus, all the points in the preimage are shifted in the same distance.
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120 seems like the most sensible answer.
if there is only one topping on all caramel apples and there's 120 of them. then all apples should/will be covered in sprinkles. make sense?