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6-108.

SEQUENCES OF TRANSFORMATIONS

A figure is rotated and reflected. What can you say about the new figure in relation to the original figure?

A figure is translated, reflected, and then dilated. What can you say about the new figure in relation to the original figure?

Two figures are similar if they have the same shape but not necessarily the same size. Shapes that are similar and have the same size are called congruent.