﻿ QUESTION 3 Which sequence of transformations will turn figure 1 into figure 2? Figure 1 contains a right isosceles triangle oriented on
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QUESTION 3 Which sequence of transformations will turn figure 1 into figure 2? Figure 1 contains a right isosceles triangle oriented on its base with height on the left. Figure 2 is a larger right isosceles triangle oriented on its hypotenuse. a dilation and a rotation a reflection and a translation a dilation and a translation a reflection and a dilation

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