True/False Describing the Translation in Words Describing the Translation in Numbers Vocabulary
False
The pre-image is the shape after it has been moved.
Down 4 units
(X+0, Y-4)
(X+0, Y-8)
Down 8 units
.The original figure in a transformation.
What is a pre-image?
True
The image has prime symbols.
Left 7 units, Up 5 units
(X-7, Y+5)
(X-4, Y+0)
Left 4 units
A transformation in which each point of a figure moves the same distance in the same direction.
What is a translation?
False
A translation is when each point of a figure moves the same distance in a different direction.
Left 3 units, Down 2 units
(X-3, Y-2)
(X+5, Y-2)
Down 2 units, Right 5 units
A prime symbol is used with an image to help differentiate the image from the pre-image.
What is a prime symbol?
False
The word congruent means similar, but not exactly the same.
Right 12 units
(X+12, Y+0)
(X-7, Y+6)
Left 7 units, Up 6 units
When two figures have the same size and shape.
What does congruent mean?
True
(X+5, Y+2) will move the shape to the right 5 units and up 2 units.
Left 8 units, Up 9 units
(X-8, Y+9)
(X+9, Y+11)
Up 11 units, Right 9 units
The movement of all the points of a figure on a plane (graph) according to a common action or operation.
What are transformations?