What does an isometric transformation do?A. Changes the size and shape of a figure B. Preserves the size and shape of a figureC. Preserves the size of a figure, but not the shapeD. Preserves the shape of a figure,but not the size

Accepted Solution

Answer:Option: B is correct.( Preserves the shape and size of the figure )Step-by-step explanation: An ISOMETRIC TRANSFORMATION (RIGID MOTION) is a transformation that preserves the distances and/or angles between the pre-image and image. The isometric transformations are reflection, rotation and translation and combinations of them such as the glide, which is the combination of a translation and a reflection.Hence, option B is correct.Preserves the shape and size of the figure.