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## What are the non-isometric transformations?

In an isometric or “rigid” transformation, segments are taken to segments of the same measure, and angles are taken to angles of the same measure. … So, in a non- isometric transformation **the image is a different size or shape than its pre-image.**

## Which of the following is an example of non-isometric transformation?

**Dilation** – Where both dimension’s scale factors is the same. The shape is proportional, not identical. Dilation changes the size of the shape making it a NON-ISOMETRIC transformation.

## What is not isometric?

non-isometric transformation. a **transformation that doesn’t preserve the shape and size between the two images the shape doesn’t stay the same**. isometric examples. rotation, reflection, translation.

## What are examples of isometric transformation?

A typical example of isometric transformation (transformation of congruence) is **the physical motion of a solid**, where the distance between any two of its points remains unchanged (congruent) and consequently, the whole solid itself remains unchanged.

## Is a translation a non-isometric transformation?

An isometric transformation (or isometry) is a shape-preserving transformation (movement) in the plane or in space. The isometric transformations are reflection, rotation and translation and combinations of them such as the glide, which is the combination of a translation and a reflection.

## Is a rotation a non-isometric transformation?

preserve Translation, **rotation** & reflection are examples of isometric transformations stretch + dilation are examples of non-150 metrie transformations. – Isometric transformations are rigid motions (same size + shape) 3.

## Are all squares isometric transformations?

Jeff claims that **all squares would** be isometric transformations because every square has four equal sides and four equal angles. An isometry is a transformation in the plane where the pre-image and image are identical. Isometries preserve the distances, angles, collinearity, and parallelism of the two shapes.

## Are two circles isometric?

4. Jane claims that **any two circles are always isometric** because the shape never changes.

## Which of these transformations is not a congruence transformation or isometry?

The only choice that involves changing the size of a figure is letter a) **dilation** and as a result, creates two figures that are NOT congruent.

## What is a non-isometric drawing?

Table of contents No headers. Sketching figures with non-isometric lines. Figure 21 shows an object that is basically rectangular but **has** one face machined at an angle. You can easily construct an isometric sketch of the basic rectangular block.