Q: A transformation in which size is preserved?

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A rigid transformation is when a shape is moved with no changes to its shape whereas a size transformation is when a shape is moved with its shape becoming smaller or larger.

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It could be transformation.

It is an enlargement

A transformation.

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A isometry is a transformation where distance (aka size) is preserved. In a dilation, the size is being altered, so no, it is not an isometry.

In any energy transformation energy is preserved.

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A rigid transformation is when a shape is moved with no changes to its shape whereas a size transformation is when a shape is moved with its shape becoming smaller or larger.

The size of the shape changes with a similarity transformation (enlargement), whereas it does not with a congruence transformation.

A rigid transformation means it has the same size and shape so it would be a dilation

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Dilation

transformation

It could be transformation.

In any energy transformation, energy is conserved, meaning it cannot be created or destroyed, only changed from one form to another. This principle is known as the law of conservation of energy.

Rigid motion