Which statement is true about the transformation?

It is isometric because not all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is not isometric because not all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is not isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is isometric because not all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is not isometric because not all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

It is not isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

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EthanT05
1 year ago

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**Answer:**

B. It is isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same

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manlywoman
1 year ago

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**Answer:**

B) It is isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Got it right on edge <3

the answer is option B.) It is isometric because all side lengths and angle measures remained the same.

yep it's B