Reading Transformations

- 1. A shape is moved three right and four up. What type of transformation is this?
A) Dilation B) Reflection C) Translation D) Rotation - 2. A circular movement.There is a central point that stays around that point in a circle.
A) Dilation B) Reflection C) Rotation D) Translation - 3. Moving an image or shape as it would be seen in a mirror (by flipping).
A) Rotation B) Dilation C) Translation D) Reflection - 4. A transformation consisting of a sequence of two or more translations, reflections, and/or rotations.
A) Dilation B) Rigid Motion C) Rotation D) Congruence - 5. When all numbers in a coordinate point are multiplied by the same number which causes a shape to get larger or smaller. What type of transformation is this?
A) Translation B) Reflection C) Dilation D) Rotation - 6. The movement of a shape.
A) Rigid Motion B) Reflection C) Dilation D) Transformation - 7. The number that a coordinate is multiplied by to produce a similar and proportional figure.
A) Dilation B) Scale Factor C) Congruence D) Rigid Motion - 8. A shape is turned 180 degrees
A) Reflection B) Dilation C) Translation D) Rotation - 9. Sliding a shape so that it's orientation is the same.
A) Reflection B) Translation C) Dilation D) Rotation - 10. The "before" figure.
A) Pre-Image B) Image C) Prime |

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