What type of form transformation in the figure shown below?
All other forms can be understood to be a transformation of the primary solids, variations which are generated by the manipulation of one or more dimension or by the addition or subtraction of elements.
A. Dimensional transformation B. Subtractive transformation C. Additive transformation D. None
NOTE: A form can be transformed by altering one or more of its dimension and still
retain its identity as a member of a family of forms. A cube, for example, can be transformed into similar prismatic forms through a discrete changes in height, width or length. It can be compressed into a planer form or be stretched out into a linear one.