Invariant Geometry HELP

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the word " invariant" in geometry suggests that something does not change while something else is definitely changing  (EU Geometry, pg 22).For each of the transformations you listed in #1, determine which of the properties you listed in #2 are invariant under that transformation. (Hint: It might help to make a table with the transformations as headings of the columns and the properties you listed as rows.)

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