Q: Which transformation does not produce a congruent image?

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The object and its image are congruent.

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A translation of 4 units to the right followed by a dilation of a factor of 2

Relfection or rotation! Thats the answer! I dont really have an explantaion but i dont have to. i did it on this thing called *Studyisland* and i got it right!

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Dilation - the image created is not congruent to the pre-image

isometry

The identity transformation.

The object and its image are congruent.

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Congruent in all three cases.

An enlargement transformation

An enlargement but the angle sizes will remain the same.

transformation

The transformation process is an 'enlargement'

An isometry is a transformation in which the original figure and its image are congruent. Shape remains constant as size increases.

Reflections, translations, rotations.