## THIS USER ASKED ðŸ‘‡

**Which of these triangle pairs can be mapped to each other using a single translation?**

## THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER ðŸ‘‡

– D shows the pairs of triangles that can be mapped together using a single translation.

Explanation: –

Translation is a rigid transformation that creates a relevant image as the original figure in such a way that the distance between each point of the original figure and the image is fixed and the same.

The translation mapping is called (x, y) â†’ (x + h, y + k), where h is the length of the x coordinate of each point of the original figure and k is the length of the y coordinate each point of the original figure with the image .

In figure D we can see that the distance between each Î”CED point is equal to the distance between each Î”MPN point. So it shows the pairs of triangles that can be mapped together using a single translation.