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translation and reflection are alike in the sense that they are generally both examples of an image being moved or changed, however translation is the movement of an image along a vector while reflections reflects an image over a given axis.

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translation and reflection are alike in the sense that they are generally both examples of an image being moved or changed, however translation is the movement of an image along a vector while reflections reflects an image over a given axis.

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Both composite.

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A cantilever beam is a beam which is fixed at one end ( no translation or rotation). A propped cantilever beam is a beam which is fixed at one end ( no translation or rotation) and simply supported ( no translation) at the other end. A cantilever beam is a beam which is fixed at one end ( no translation or rotation). A simply supported beam is a beam which is simply supported at both ends. A propped simply supported beam is a beam which is simply supported at both ends and simply supported at some other point such as at the center, to reduce deflection under load. Propped beams are statically indeterminate.

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