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Transformations. By: Mrs. Fischer Learning Targets: 8.G.2,8.G.3, 8.G.4. Follow the slides to learn more about transformations. Students should have paper and a pencil for notes at their desk while going through this presentation. TRANSFORMATIONS.

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### Transformations

By: Mrs. Fischer

Learning Targets: 8.G.2,8.G.3, 8.G.4

• Students should have paper and a pencil for notes at their desk while going through this presentation.

TRANSFORMATIONS

• Transformation: a transformation is a change in position, shape or size.
• The NEW figure you create after a transformation is known as the….? ________
• ______Notation is uses a tick mark to indicate the new image. If Triangle ABC is the original an A’B’C’ is the new image.

IMAGE and PRIME!!

There are 4 types of transformations
• REFLECTIONS or FLIPS
• TRANSLATIONS or SLIDES
• ROTATIONS or TURNS
• DILATIONS: Enlargement or Reduction of a pre-image.
Rigid
• Rigid Transformations are: reflections, rotations and translation.
• The transformation DOES NOT alter the size/shape of the figure.
Non Rigid
• Dilations are NON RIGID because this transformation alters the size/shape/orientation. A DILATION is a SHRINK or a STRETCH
Translations
• In a translation, Every POINT is moved the SAME distance and direction.

EX……

Translation Rules
• Rules can be written to move a point. For example: (x,y) (x-6, y+1) indicates I would translate the pre-image 6 units to the left along the X AXIS and up 1 unit on the Y AXIS.
• Q 1.Write a rule (in each of the three formats) that would move a point 4 to the right and 5 units down.
Graph the given point
• Q2- If point A is located at (4,6), and you translated the figure to the left 3 units and down 2 units, What is the location of the new point?
• Q3-If point C located at (-5,2) was translated 9 units to the right and up one unit the new location of the point would be (-4,11)…is this TRUE OR FALSE? Explain.

Q. 4 If you begin at 35 degrees latitude and 120 degrees longitude what translation rule will get you to 40 degrees latitude and 80 degrees longitude?

• What state did you begin at?
• What state did you end at?

Navigate to the Brightstorm website by clicking the STAR below and watch the brief video on Reflection Transformations (you may take notes if you wish..if you need extra practice you may click on the other problem websites after watching the concept video.).

ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY

• Rotational symmetry is when the shape or image can be rotated and still look the same.
• Click to interactively investigate Rotations.
• Click to learn about the ANGLE of ROTATION
DILATIONS
• A dilation is a transformation that produces an image that is the same shape as the original, but is a different size.   A dilation stretches or shrinks the original figure.
Dilation CONTINUED>

To the left the pre-image of rectangle EFGH with the center of  dilation at point E and a scale factor of ½ yields E’F’G’H’.

OBSERVE: Point E and its image are the same.  It is important to observe the distance from the center of the dilation, E, to the other points of the figure.  Notice EF = 6 and E'F' = 3.