# Identify the transformation that does NOT map the figure onto itself? A)Reflect across the line y = 1 B) Reflect across the line x = 1 C) Rotate 180° about the point (1, 1) D) Rotate 180° about the origin (0, 0)

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The transformation that does NOT map the figure onto itself is:

C) Rotate 180° about the point (1, 1)

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