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# Transformation are invarient watch

1. describe fully a transformation under which the points (3,3) and(3,6) are invariant
2. (Original post by Sanji02)
describe fully a transformation under which the points (3,3) and(3,6) are invariant
Reflection in the line...?
3. (Original post by Sanji02)
describe fully a transformation under which the points (3,3) and(3,6) are invariant
Do you know what invariant means?

Draw the two points and think about what transformation will mean that the two points are invariant. Post your thoughts if you’re unsure.

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