Q: What is rigid motion?

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Rigid is immovable, unbending. Semi-rigid can move in a limited way.

no they are not rigid.

Yes, it is non-rigid.

She was the first major Russian female mathematician. She discovered the Kovalevsky top which is a type of rigid body motion. She was a math professor as well as a writer of non-mathematical books.

a non rigid is a square and a hexagon

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