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Game Board $ 200 $ 200 $ 200 $ 200 $ 200 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 10 0 $ 10 0 $ 10 0 $ 10 0 $ 10 0 $ 300 $ 300 $ 300 $ 300 $ 300 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500 $ 500 The Coordinate Grid TranslationReflectionRotation Name that Transforma tion
The Coordinate Grid: $100 A coordinate grid helps describe this. What is position?
The Coordinate Grid: $200 A coordinate grid is broken up into four of these. What are quadrants?
The Coordinate Grid: $300 Essentially two number lines, these help provide reference with respect to coordinates. What are the x- and y- axes?
The Coordinate Grid: $400 The x-coordinates are positive and the y- coordinates are negative. What is Quadrant 4?
The Coordinate Grid: $500 Points located here have a y-coordinate of 0. What is the x-axis?
Translation: $100 A transformation known as a translation. What is sliding a shape to another location without changing how it looks?
Translation: $200 In a translation, these are related the same way. What are corresponding points?
Translation: $300 By translating down from Quadrant 1, an image will eventually cross this. What is the x-axis?
Translation: $400 Translating this will give you image M’N’O’P’. What is figure MNOP?
Translation: $500 Question
Reflection: $100 A transformation known as a reflection. Flipping a shape across a line so it faces the opposite direction.
Reflection: $200 It can be the x-axis, y- axis, or an angle bisector. What is a mirror line?
Reflection: $300 In a reflection in the y- axis, these do not change. What are x- coordinates?
Reflection: $400 A’B’C’D’ is located in Quadrant 2 after being reflected in the x-axis from here. What is Quadrant 3?
Reflection: $500 You can identify a reflection by doing this. What is checking corresponding points for similar distances from the mirror line?
Rotation: $100 A transformation known as a rotation. What is the motion of a rigid body around a fixed point?
Rotation: $200 Question
Rotation: $300 It can be clockwise or counter-clockwise. What is direction of rotation?
Rotation: $400 A rotation of +270° can also be described like this. What is -90°?
Rotation: $500 It does not matter which direction you go, the image ends up on the figure with this angle of rotation. What is 360°?
Name that Transformation: $100 The figure and image are found opposite each other with a mirror line between them. What is a reflection?
Name that Transformation: $200 This transformation can be performed in two different ways to achieve the same result. What is a rotation?
Name that Transformation: $300 The figure and image look exactly alike, but are found in different locations. What is translation?
Name that Transformation: $400 The y-coordinates of the figure and image are the same, but the x- coordinates are the opposite. What is a reflection? (in the y-axis)
Name that Transformation: $500 The x-coordinates and y- coordinates of the image are the same as the figure, but their signs are the opposite after this. Question
How much do you want to wager? Daily Double 1 Wager
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How much do you want to wager? Daily Double 2 Wager
You can say this about a figure and its image after all transformations. What is congruent? Daily Double 2 Q & A
How much do you want to wager? Final Jeopardy Wager The category is: Transformation Combinations
A similar image produced by this transformation can also be produced by two reflections: one across the x-axis, and another across the y-axis. What is a rotation of 180°? Final Jeopardy Q & A
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