# What is the image and preimage are congruent?

## What is the image and preimage are congruent?

A translation is an isometry , so the image of a translated figure is congruent to the preimage. A transformation that turns a figure around a fixed point, called the center of rotation. A rotation is an isometry so the image is congruent to the preimage.

**When you reflect a figure the preimage and the image have?**

Figures may be reflected in a point, a line, or a plane. When reflecting a figure in a line or in a point, the image is congruent to the preimage. A reflection maps every point of a figure to an image across a fixed line. The fixed line is called the line of reflection.

**Will a reflection produce a congruent image?**

The transformations that always produce congruent figures are TRANSLATIONS, REFLECTIONS, and ROTATIONS. These transformations are isometric, thus, the figures produced are always congruent to the original figures.

### Do the image and preimage of a reflection have the same orientation?

The image and the preimage are not congruent, but they do have the same orientation. (ONLY when the scale factor is equal to 1, the image and the preimage are congruent.) The “mirror” in a reflection. You must “flip” the figure over this line.

**Are the preimage and image congruent or similar?**

Because the image of a figure under a translation, reflection, or rotation is congruent to its preimage, translations, reflections, and rotations are examples of congruence transformations. A congruence transformation is a transformation under which the image and preimage are congruent.

**Are the preimage and image congruent after a dilation?**

After a dilation, the pre-image and image have the same shape but not the same size. Sides: In a dilation, the sides of the pre-image and the corresponding sides of the image are proportional.

#### Do the preimage and image have the same size and shape?

This means that the preimage and image are congruent (same size and shape). It is a transformation that maps all points of a figure the same distance and in the same direction. It slides the preimage.

**What is preimage and image?**

is that preimage is (mathematics) the set containing exactly every member of the domain of a function such that the member is mapped by the function onto an element of a given subset of the codomain of the function formally, of a subset b” of the codomain ”y” under a function ƒ, the subset of the domain ”x defined …

**Do reflections count as congruent?**

When you reflect a shape in coordinate geometry, the reflected shape remains congruent to the original, but something changes. That something is the new shape’s orientation. For example, as you can see in the image, the triangle in the mirror is flipped over compared with the real triangle.

## What will not produce a congruent image?

The only choice that involves changing the size of a figure is letter a) dilation and as a result, creates two figures that are NOT congruent. The other three choices merely “move” a shape to a new location (i.e. rotated, translated, or reflected) and result in a congruent figure.

**Can a dilation be congruent?**

In dilation, the image and the original are similar, in that they are the same shape but not necessarily the same size. They are not congruent because that requires them to be the same shape and the same size, which they are not (unless the scale factor happens to be 1.0).

**Does a dilation produce a congruent figure?**

Definition: The figure after a transformation has occurred. A dilation always produces a congruent figure.