# Determining chirality after considering conformational interconversion in a cyclohexane

Basically I want to know what does the question mean when it says "taking into consideration conformational interconversions."

I assume it means, when I draw the mirror image of the given compound, the mirror image can be same as the compound itself (the case with option (a) and option (c) ) or it (the mirror image) can be same as confomer of the compound (the case for option (a) and option (b) ), for the compound to be achiral.

Note: option (a) shows both the features because option (a) is same as it's confomer and it is same as it's mirror image as well.

Is my assumption correct?