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Composition of Rigid MotionsA sequence of basic rigid motions (translation, rotation, and reflection) “Teaching Geometry According to the Common Core Standards”, H. Wu, 2012
We start with two identical figures.What sequence of basic rigid motions maps the left H exactly onto the right H so that all corresponding angles and segments coincide?
For clarity, we’ll dash the lines of the original H’sand show in red the image of the left H that will be the subject of our rigid motions.
We draw a straight line segment (a vector) from the lower right corner of the left H to the upper left corner of the right H .
A translation along this vector maps the lower right corner of the red H onto the upper left corner of the right H.
A clockwise rotation of 90 degrees around the red dot maps the right side of the red H to the top side of the right H.
Then a reflection across the top of the right Hmaps the red H exactly onto the right H.
To recap: the composition of a translation along a vector, a rotation around a point,
To recap: the composition of a translation along a vector, a rotation around a point, and a reflection across a line is a sequence of basic rigid motions that maps the left H exactly onto the right.
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