### On the Mappings Preserving the Hyperbolic Polygons of Type B Together With Their Hyperbolic Areas

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In this paper, we present new characterizations of Möbius transformations and conjugate Möbius transformations by using the mappings preserving the hyperbolic polygons of type B together with their hyperbolic areas.

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