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Transformation

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RULES Form Teams of 2 or 3 Write answer with dry erase each time First team to have correct answer gets two points Talley up points on the honor system Team with the most points gets extra credit points

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Name this Transformation

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Dilation

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Name this Transformation

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Translation

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Name this Transformation

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Reflection

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Name this Transformation

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Dilation

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Name this Transformation

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Reflection across the x-axis

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Name this Transformation

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Rotation

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What is the Scale Factor from ABCD to A’B’C’D? A (-1,2) B (3,4) C (4,-1) D (0,0) A’ (-2,4) B’ (6,8) C’ (8,-2) D’ (0,0)

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Scale Factor 2 A (-1,2) B (3,4) C (4,-1) D (0,0) A’ (-2,4) B’ (6,8) C’ (8,-2) D’ (0,0)

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What is the Translation from JKL to J’K’L’ (x,y) -> (___, ___)

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What is the Translation from JKL to J’K’L’ (x,y) -> (x-6, y-5) 6 6 55

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What is the Translation from KIWE to K’I’W’E’ (x,y) -> (___, ___)

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(x,y) -> (x-3, y-1)

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If figure below was reflected across x-axis, in which Quadrant would it end up?

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If figure below was reflected across x-axis, then translated (x-10, y-6), in which Quadrant would it end up?

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If figure below was reflected across y-axis and translated (x-2, y+6), in which Quadrant would it end up?

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If the figure was dilated by a scale factor of 3, what would the new coordinates be? X: (-3,1) Y: (3,0) Z: (-3,-3)

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X: (-9,3) Y: (9,0) Z: (-9,-9)

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If the figure was dilated by a scale factor of 1/2, what would the new coordinates be? J: (-2, 6) K: (-8, -4) L: (4,2)

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J’: (-1, 3) K’: (-4, -2) L’: (2,1)

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If the figure was dilated by a scale factor of 2, what would the new coordinates be? A: (1,3) B: (3,3) C: (1,1) D: (3,1)

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A’: (2,6) B’: (6,6) C’: (2,2) D’: (6,2)

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