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Warm Up Course Intro to Transformations Determine if the following sets of points form a parallelogram. You may use graph paper. 1. (–3, 0), (1, 4), (6, 0), (2, –4) 2. (1, 2), (–2, 2), (–2, 1), (1, –2) 3. (2, 3), (–3, 1), (1, –4), (6, –2) yes no yes

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Course Transformations transformation image translation rotation center of rotation reflection dilation center of dilation Standard(s): MCC8G1. Verify experimentally the properties of rotations, reflections, translations. EQ: What is the relationship between reflections, translations, and rotations? How are dilations different? Word Wall

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Course Transformations When you are on an amusement park ride, you are undergoing a transformation. Ferris wheels and merry-go-rounds are rotations. Free fall rides and water slides are translations. Translations, rotations, and reflections are type of transformations.

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Course Transformations The resulting figure or image, of a translation, rotation or reflection is congruent to the original figure.

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Course Transformations Additional Example 1: Identifying Transformations Identify each as a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. A. B. reflection rotation A is read A prime. The point A is the image of point A. Reading Math

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Course Transformations Additional Example 1: Identifying Transformations Identify each as a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. C. D. dilationtranslation

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Course Transformations Check It Out: Example 1 Identify each as a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. A B C A. B. A B C D A B C D translation reflection A B C

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Course Transformations Identify each as a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. B C D E F C. D. A A B C D F E rotation none of these Check It Out: Example 1

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Your pupils are the black areas in the center of your eyes. When you go to the eye doctor, the doctor may dilate your pupils, which makes them larger. Translations, reflections, and rotations are transformations that do not change the size or shape of a figure. A dilation is a transformation that changes the size, but not the shape, of a figure. A dilation can enlarge or reduce a figure. 5-6 Dilations

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Every dilation has a fixed point that is the center of dilation. To find the center of dilation, draw a line that connects each pair of corresponding vertices. The lines intersect at one point. This point is the center of dilation. 5-6 Dilations

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Tell whether each transformation is a dilation. The transformation is a dilation. The transformation is not a dilation. The figure is distorted. Additional Example 1: Identifying Dilations A. B. 5-6 Dilations

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Tell whether each transformation is a dilation. The transformation is a dilation. The transformation is not a dilation. The figure is distorted. Additional Example 1: Identifying Dilations C. D. 5-6 Dilations

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Tell whether each transformation is a dilation. A'A' B' B'C'C' A BC A. B A C A'A' B' B'C'C' The transformation is a dilation. The transformation is not a dilation. The figure is distorted. Check It Out: Example 1 B. 5-6 Dilations

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Tell whether each transformation is a dilation. C. The transformation is a dilation. The transformation is not a dilation. The figure is distorted. Check It Out: Example 1 A'A' B'B' C'C' A B C D. A'A' B'B' C'C' A B C 5-6 Dilations

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Course Transformations Try this!!! Given the coordinates for the vertices of each pair of quadrilaterals, determine whether each pair represents a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. 1. (2, 2), (4, 0), (3, 5), (6, 4) and (3, –1), (5, –3), (4, 2), (7, 1) 2. (2, 3), (5, 5), (1, –2), (5, –4) and (–2, 3), (–5, 5), (–1, –2), (–5, –4) translation reflection

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Course Transformations Given the coordinates for the vertices of each pair of quadrilaterals, determine whether each pair represents a translation, rotation, reflection, dilation, or none of these. 3. (1, 3), (–1, 2), (2, –3), (4, 0) and (1, –3), (–1, 2), (–2, 3), (–4, 0) 4. (4, 1), (1, 2), (4, 5), (1, 5) and (–4, –1), (–1, –2), (–4, –5), (–1, –5) rotation Try this!!! none

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Homework Workbook pg. 53 #1-2 & pg. 37 # 1-2

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