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How to work with translations, rotations and reflections
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Transformations - Translating A Triangle On The Coordinate Plane

This tutorial reviews how to perform a translation on the coordinate plane using a triangle. Test your knowledge of transformations by visiting http://www.mr...
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Translation Animation Creation assignment

Translation Animation Creation

Assignment: Create your own animated character by using a geometry translation

Materials:

Calculator

Paper

Graph paper

Procedure:

1). Make three ordered pairs to represent your triangle

(EX: A ( ) B ( ) C ( )

2). Create your own translation ( EX: ( x, y) ( x + h, y + h)

3). Use translation to find next coordinates and then the next one

4). Change translation when needed to allow figure to move up and down on paper.

5). Once your figures have been translated, create your cartoon character from it.

6). Write down your original points and all of your translations to another group and have them

7). Once you have the translations down and completed, graph your creation in the form of triangles and then make them little creatures.

8). Recreate the graph on the larger one to place on the board.

9). Hand your material and then you will get the directions from another group for you to graph.

Example:

A(1,2) B(2,4) C(3,2)

Translation (x +2, y – 4)

1). A(3, -2) B(4, 0) C(5, -2)

2). A(5, -6) B(6, -4) C(7, -6)

3). Change translation to (x + 2 , y + 3)

A(7, - 3) B(8, -1) C(9, -3)

4). A( 9, 0) B(10, 2) C(11, 0)

5). Change translation to (x + 3, y -3)

A( 12, -3) B(13, -1) C(14, -3)

Now let’s go back to the original numbers A( 1,2) B(2,4) C(3,2) and go the other direction

Translation (x -2 , y + 4)

6) A( -1, 6) B( 0, 8) C (1, 6)

7). A( -3,10) B(-2,12) C(-1, 10)

Translation (x- 2, y – 3)

8). A( -5, 7) B(-4, 9) C(-3, 7)

9)> A(-7, 4) B (-6, 6) C(-5, 4)

10). A(-9, 1) B(-8, 3) C(-7, 1)

Translation (x- 3, y + 2)

11). A(-12, 3) B(-11, 5) C(-10, 3)

12). A(-15, 5) B(-14, 7) C(-13, 5)

Translation (x -3, y) ------- 13). A( -18, 5) B(-14, 7) C( -16, 5)

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Translation, Reflection, Dilation, and Rotation - Watch video (Geometry)

Translation, Reflection, Dilation, and Rotation - Watch video (Geometry) | Transformation and Transitions | Scoop.it
A translation simply means a transformation in which a geometric figure is moved to another location without any change in size or orientation.
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