# InverseTransformedRegion

InverseTransformedRegion[reg,f,n]

represents the inverse transformed region , where reg is a region and f is a function.

# Details and Options # Examples

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## Basic Examples(2)

The inverse transform of a rotated rectangle:

The inverse image of a disk through :

## Scope(22)

### Special Regions(9)

Some inverse transformed regions are computed explicitly:

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The inverse image of the unit cuboid through a linear-fractional transformation:

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The inverse transform of a translated unit Disk:

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The inverse transform of a sheared unit Rectangle:

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The inverse transform of a rotated Triangle:

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The inverse transform of a scaled Circle:

The inverse image of the unit cube through a rotation transform:

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An inverse transform of a rectangle by a linear transformation :

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Map points from a Triangle embedded in 2D into 3D by a nonlinear transformation :

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### Formula Regions(4)

The inverse transform of a sheared ParametricRegion:

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The inverse transform of a rotated ParametricRegion:

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The inverse transform of a sheared ImplicitRegion:

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The inverse transform of a scaled ImplicitRegion:

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### Mesh Regions(2)

An inverse transform of BoundaryMeshRegion objects is a BoundaryMeshRegion:

2D:

3D:

An inverse transform of MeshRegion objects is a MeshRegion:

2D:

3D:

### Derived Regions(5)

The inverse transform of a reflected TransformedRegion:

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The inverse transform of a rotated RegionDifference:

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The inverse transform of a scaled RegionBoundary:

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The inverse transform of a reflected RegionProduct:

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The inverse transform of a RegionUnion by a nonlinear transformation :

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### Geographic Regions(2)

InverseTransformedRegion works on polygons of geographic entities:

Polygons with GeoPosition:

Polygons with GeoPositionXYZ:

Polygons with GeoPositionENU:

Polygons with GeoGridPosition: