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ROTATION Turning a figure about a certain point.
TRANSLATION Sliding a figure in one direction without turning the figure.
REFLECTION Reflecting a figure as in a mirror or "flipping" a figure over a certain line.
LET'S PRACTICE!!! Sketch an uppercase letter F after a reflection in its vertical segment. SKETCH
Draw this face after a 180 degree clockwise rotation. SKETCH
Translate the letters so they are back-to-back.
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Transformations on the Coordinate Plane
Getting Started… Translations
Translations I can: Vocabulary: Define and identify translations.
Answer the following questions using yesterday’s Translation Task: 1.What is a transformation? 2.What are vertices? 3.When does it mean when geometric.
EQ: How can you investigate transformations? Lesson 13-5b Transformations pp Vocabulary to watch out for this lesson: Transformation Translation.
Created by Barbara Fugitt Vocabulary Transformations Sketches $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy.
Unit 5: Geometric Transformations.
Bell Ringer: List the domain and range of the relation below.
Brain Train LO: To recognise and draw reflections of shapes.
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.
Transformation Jeopardy VocabularyVisuals On the Coordinate Plane In words Examples In Art Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
4.8 – Perform Congruence Transformations
Perform Congruence Transformations. A __________________ is an operation that moves or changes a geometric figure to produce a new figure called an __________.
Congruency, Similarity, and Transformations By: Emily Angleberger.
Objective: Students will be able to represent translations, dilations, reflections and rotations with matrices.
WHICH IS WHICH? WHAT CAN WE DO TO REMEMBER? Look at reflection, translation and rotation.
Copyright © Ed2Net Learning Inc.1. 2 G (4, -1) F (-1, 0) A (-5, 5) P (-4, -1) M (0, 5) B (-5, -3) Warm Up.
TRANSFORMATIONS SPI SPI TYPES OF TRANSFORMATIONS Reflections – The flip of a figure over a line to produce a mirror image. Reflections.
Transformations LESSON 26POWER UP FPAGE 169. Transformations The new image is read as “A prime, B prime, C prime”
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