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1 leave the central point unmoved? 1) by using the Theorem of Pythagoras. 2a), marking in the components of a and b. 3), which applies equally in 3-space (indeed, in any dimension), to prove the following facts about any tetrahedron ABC D. (i) The four lines joining a vertex to the centroid of its opposite face are concurrent at a point G which divides each such line in the ratio 3 : 1 (ii) The three lines joining midpoints of pairs of opposite edges all meet in G. 11, we have |P Q | = |PQ| and hence that Rm is an isometry, considering also the case where P, Q are on opposite sides of the mirror.
4, and meanwhile for alternative ways to establish many results in the text (cf. 18) and Exercises. 6) meaning that the isometry Rx=m sends the point (x, y) to (2m − x, y). x x' Proof From the deﬁnition of reﬂection, the y coordinate is unchanged since the mirror is parallel to the y-axis, but x becomes m + (m − x), which equals 2m − x. 8 We use coordinates to show that reﬂection is an isometry. 6). 11, suppose the coordinates are P( p 1 , p2 ), and so on. 1) gives |P Q |2 = (q1 − p1 )2 + (q2 − p2 )2 = (−q1 + p1 )2 + (q2 − p2 )2 = |PQ|2 , as required.
Too. ), illustrating that a glide performed twice gives a translation. Exercise (a) Follow the successive images of a white subﬁgure under repetitions of a glide, noting that a horizontal glide must map horizontal lines to horizontal lines (suitable observations of this kind can greatly facilitate analysis of a pattern). 9(iii). 2), the composition and decomposition theorems. 7 contain derivations or special cases for the rows indicated. 18), with reﬂection as the special case of a glide with zero translation part.