A rigid transformation always maps a figure onto....?

is it a) a congruent figure; b) a similar figure; c) itself; d) its mirror image?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    A congruent figure because rigidity means that all the distances are preserved (if a and b are any two points and T is the transfo, then the dist between Ta and Tb equals the dist between a and b).

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