Category:Examples of Symmetry Mappings

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This category contains examples of Symmetry Mapping.

A symmetry mapping of a geometric figure is a bijection from the figure to itself which preserves the distance between points.

In other words, it is a self-congruence.

Intuitively and informally, a symmetry mapping is a movement of the figure so that it looks exactly the same after it has been moved.

Pages in category "Examples of Symmetry Mappings"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.