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100 points While hiking you walk 120 yards south and 375 yards west before breaking. From there you walk 250 yards north and 120 yards east to your second stop. Describe your final destination based on your starting position.

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200 Points What are new coordinates if the triangle is translated left 2 units and up 5 units?

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300 Points Translate using the rule (x, y) (x + 4, y + 2)

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400 Points ABC has the coordinates R(6, - 3), S(2,1), and V(3, 0). A translation slides point R to R at (1, 4). What is the rule that slides R to R?

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500 Points ABC has the coordinates R(5, - 3), S(2,6), and V(3, 0). If the rule is (x, y) (x + 3, y -2) what are the coordinates for R?

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Draw all lines of symmetry. 100 Points

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200 Points Reflect YKBU over the y-axis.

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300 Points Reflect YKBU across m. m

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400 Points Reflect YKBU across the x-axis.

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500 points List all the shapes on your toolkit that have reflection symmetry.

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100 Points What is the angle of rotation of a regular hexagon?

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200 Points Rotate YKBU 90 o clockwise about the origin.

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300 Points Rotate YKBU 90 o Counter- clockwise about point Z. Z

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Daily Double AB is a side of the regular hexagon ABCDEF. What is the image of AB rotated about the hexagons center 300 0 counter- clockwise? (Name the side it would land on.)

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500 Points EF is a side of the regular octagon ABCDEFGH. What is the image of EF rotated about the hexagons center 135 0 clockwise? (Name the side it would land on.)

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What is the most specific name for the figure below? 100 Points

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List all of the shapes in your toolkit with all congruent sides 200 Points

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300 Points List all of the shapes on your toolkit that have all congruent angles

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400 Points List all of the shapes in your toolkit that have at least 1 line of symmetry.

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500 Points List all of the shapes in your toolkit that have rotation symmetry

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100 Points What is the area of the figure below?

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200 Points What is the perimeter of the figure below?

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300 Points Solve for x. 3x + 5 = 26

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400 Points Solve for x. 34 - 4x = 10 + 2x

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500 Points Solve for x. 3(5 + 2x) = 75

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100 Points What is an angle that measures 360 0 ?

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200 Points Define isosceles.

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300 Points Define scalene.

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400 Points What is a line that cuts a figure in half so that the opposing sides are reflections of each other?

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500 Points What is the difference between a square and a rhombus?

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Correctly place all of the shapes in your toolkit into the Venn diagram below. Quadrilateral Rotation symmetry

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