Geometrical isomers not possible in tetrahedral complexes, Chemistry

Why is geometrical isomers not possible in tetrahedral complexes having two different types of unidentate ligands?

Solution) Tetrahedral complexes do not show geometrical isomerism because the relative positions of the unidentate ligands attached to the central metal atom are the same with respect to each other.

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