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1Introduction to transformations Vocabulary and Notation
2Have you ever wondered how maps of the round Earth can be made on flat paper? A plane is placed tangent to a globe of the Earth at its North Pole, N.
3Every point P of the globe is projected on to the paper at exactly one point, called P’ (said P prime). P’ is called the image of P, and P is called the pre-image of P’. Because the North Pole projects to itself, then N = N’.
4This correspondence between points of the globe’s northern hemisphere and points in the plane is an example of a mapping.If we call this mapping M, then we could indicate that M maps P to P’ by writingM: P P’.Notice it is also true that;M: Q Q’
5What is the difference between mapping and and functions?
6Mapping: Function: A correspondence between set of points. A correspondence between set of numbers.
7Function – A correspondence between sets of numbers in which each number in the first set corresponds to exactly one number in the second set.
8Example Squaring a function maps each real number x to x2 We can write f: x x2.Or, f(x) = x2 (read f of x equals x2) typical function notation
9Algebra Geometry Mapping Notations M: P P’ The mapping that takes P to P’.f(x) = x2The function that takes x to x2
10Functions & MappingThe word mapping is used in Geometry as the word function is used in Algebra.Mapping a correspondence between sets of pointsFunction a correspondence between sets of numbersMathematicians often use the words function & mapping interchangeably.
11Mapping Notation- Geometry M: (x,y) (x + 3, y – 2) M(x,y) = (x + 3, y – 2)This mapping that moves all points three right and two down.Example:P (1,5) and P’ (4,3)Preimage Image
12Function Notation- Algebra f(x) = |x|The function takes the absolute value of each x value.f(-4) = |-4| = 4x = -4 and f(x) = 4Input and Output
13Mappings and Functions A correspondence between two sets A and B is a mapping of A to B IF AND ONLY IF each member of A corresponds to one and only one member of B (This is also the definition for functions).
14Mapping/Function Each value in set A has exactly one value in set B. EXAMPLEf(x) = x + 3f(2) = = 5(2,5)
15Mapping/Function Each value set A has exactly one value in set B. EXAMPLEf(x) = x2f(3) = 32 = 9(3,9)f(-3) = (-3)2 = 9(-3,9)
16NOT Mapping/Function The A value has TWO values in set B. EXAMPLE f(x) = ± xf(5) = ± 5(5,5) & (5,-5)
17Each value set A has exactly one value in set B. EXAMPLEf(x) = x4 + 1f(2) =(2,17)f(-2) = (-2)4 + 1(-2,17)
18Transformations and One to One Correspondence Functions A mapping is a transformation if and only if it is a one to one mapping of the plane onto itself.
19One to One Correspondence -This is a transformation
20F has two pre-images.- This is NOT a transformation
22G has two pre-images. This is NOT a transformation
23A transformation is a one to one correspondence between points of the plane such that every point in the plane is the image of a point of the plane and no two points have the same image.
24TransformationsA one-to-one mapping from the whole plane to the whole plane is called a transformation.What is a one-to-one mapping?A one-to-one mapping is a mapping (or function) from set A to set B in which every member of B has exactly one preimage in A.What is a preimage?
25IsometryIf a transformation maps every segment to a congruent segment, it is called an isometry.What types of transformations can you recall?Would these be considered isometries?An isometry preserves distance (or length).Isometry is sometimes called congruence mapping.
26QuizWe will have a quiz on Friday over the material we have discussed today and what we have covered so far.You must be able to correctly define the terms that have been discussed.The quiz will be a combination of multiple choice and short answer.It may also include more material from later this week.