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TRANSLATIONS AIM: To understand translation vectors and translate shapes accurately.
B Translate triangle B 4 C What is the vector that translates triangle A onto C? 7 1
Translate triangle A -5 2 A B Translate triangle B 3 -5 C What is the vector that translates triangle A onto C? What is the vector that translates triangle C onto A? 2 3
A B What is the vector to translate triangle A onto B? 4 -2 C What is the vector to translate triangle B onto C? What is the vector to translate triangle A onto C? -5 -4
Translations Unit 2 Section 1. What is a translation? Moving a shape, without rotating or flipping it. "Sliding". The shape still looks exactly the same,
Geometry Vocabulary- transformation- the change in the size, shape, or position of a figure. translation- slide--every point in a figure moves the same.
Transformations Describe the single transformation that will map triangle A onto each of the triangles B to J in turn.
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REFLECTIONS, ROTATIONS AND TRANSLATIONS. Reflections.
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Translations. Graph the following coordinates, then connect the dots (-8,0) (-5,0) (-5,1) (-3,-1) (-5,-3) (-5,-2)(-8,-2)
10-1(B) and 10-2(D) Translations and Reflections on the Coordinate Plane.
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Circle A is centered at (2,2) with a radius of 12 cm and Circle B is centered at (8,-2) with a diameter of 6 cm. Determine the translation and dilation.
9.1 – Translate Figures and Use Vectors. Transformation: Moves or changes a figure Preimage: Original figure Image: Transformed figure Isometry: A congruent.
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Go Back > Question 1 Describe this transformation. A reflection in the line y = x. ? Object Image.
VECTORS JEFF CHASTINE 1. A mathematical structure that has more than one “part” (e.g. an array) 2D vectors might have x and y 3D vectors might have x,
Translations. Definitions: Transformations: It is a change that occurs that maps or moves a shape in a specific directions onto an image. These are translations,
Translations Translations and Getting Ready for Reflections by Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines.
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Unit 2 Vocabulary. Line of Reflection- A line that is equidistant to each point corresponding point on the pre- image and image Rigid Motion- A transformation.
Homework Discussion Read pages 372 – 382 Page 394: 1 – 6, 11 – 12,
Session 22 – Vectors, Pythagoras Theorem, Congruence and Similarity.
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Find the angle between the forces shown if they are in equilibrium.
YEAR 11 MATHS REVISION Transformations. Translation Describe the transformation fully that takes shape A to shape B. A B 10 3 Translation by vector (
Transformations on the Coordinate Plane WHAT IS THAT? TRANSFORMATION? I can tell you what its not!!!
Rotation Translation Reflection. Review of Cartesian Plane.
1.(2,4) 2. (-3,-1) 3. (-4,2) 4. (1,-3). The vertices of a triangle are j(-2,1), K(-1,3) and L(0,0). Translate the triangle 4 units right (x+4) and 2.
Symmetry and Order of Rotation Aim: To recognise symmetry and rotational symmetry. Look at the letter A, it has one line of symmetry. A Does the letter.
How many …?. What shape can you see? I can see some _____. Q1 Q1 stars.
1.Fill in the blanks with always, sometimes, or never. a)A rotation is _____ an isometry. b)An isometry is _____ a reflection. c)An isometry is _____ a.
Associative Property of Addition Objective: Define the Associative Property of Addition.
= 5 = 2 = 4 = 3 How could I make 13 from these shapes? How could I make 19 from these shapes? STARTER.
Module 6 Mid-Chapter Test Review. Describe the Transformation from the Given Pre-Image to the Given Image 1. Pre-Image: Shape 1 Image: Shape 4 1. Answer:
Congruent Figures Figures are congruent if they are exactly the same size and shape. These figures are congruent because one figure can be translated onto.
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Shapes and Angle Rules 80 + ? = = 180.
Transformation a change of position, shape or size of a figure Three types of transformation A slide called a translation A flip, called a reflection The.
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Geometric Transformations. Symmetry Rotation Translation Reflection.
To reflect harder shapes, we reflect each of their corners separately and then join the reflected points O I Reflection produces congruent shapes.
Section Finding Functions. A function is a relation in which there is exactly one output or value in the range for every input value of the domain.
7.4 Translations and Vectors Advanced Geometry. Translation A translation is a transformation that maps all points to new points so that the distance.
Level Transformations I can reflect a shape in a horizontal or vertical line of symmetry. I can reflect a shape in a diagonal mirror line. I am beginning.
Section 3.7. Identify and use translations. Translation Image Transformation.
Honours Graphics 2008 Session 2. Today’s focus Vectors, matrices and associated math Transformations and concatenation 3D space.
Compositions of transformations off the grid. Determining Transformations Off The Grid 1.Is orientation preserved? a)No - Reflection b)Yes – Rotation,
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