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A mapping.

It need not be a function or a formula since these have additional requirements that are not part of this question.

Q: What is a mathematical operation that changes one figure into another figure?

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Transformation

There is no such concept in maths. A plane figure is a mathematical concept but that is not what the question is about.

"Figure out this mathematical equation" "This is how to figure out an equation" "An equation is something widely used in mathematics."

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Transformation

There is no such concept in maths. A plane figure is a mathematical concept but that is not what the question is about.

It is a transformation representing a flip of a figure or drawing

"Figure out this mathematical equation" "This is how to figure out an equation" "An equation is something widely used in mathematics."

a transformation that involves a sliding movement of a figure.

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In mathematical terms, the figure that is made after a transformation is what is known as an image. Prior to the chance, the figure is called the pre-image. Changing into an image can take place after four types of mathematical transformations: translation, reflection, rotation and dilation.

Your question is unclear but a minus operation produces a lower figure in most cases.

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dialation

a four side figure with equal measure of all sides