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- In this lesson, we will learn about rotating shapes about a point and describing rotations. In this lesson it would be helpful if you had some extra scrap paper ready.

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Choose the words that fill in the gap in ORDER best: We say a shape has been ___________ when every point in the shape moves by the same distance in the same ____________.

moved, place

transformed, place

translated, vector

Q2.

Select the word that best fills in the gap: We can use a _______ to describe the translation.

coordinate

direction

translator

Q3.

Describe the following vector in words.

A move of two units down and four units to the right.

A move of two units to the left and four units up.

A move of two units up and four units to the left.

Q4.

What is the vector that describes the movement of point B to point A?

Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Q5.

The rectangle below was translated so the new coordinate of B was (1, -1). What vector was the rectangle translated by?

Option 1

Option 3

Option 4

Q6.

Use the image above.

(-4, 4)

(4, -1)

(5,0)

### 7 Questions

Q1.

Choose the words that best fill in the gaps in order: We can __________ a shape about a point called the centre of ___________.

clockwise, rotation

rotate, cross

translate, translation

Q2.

Fill in the gap: Rotations preserve the ________ each vertex is from the centre of rotation.

angle

direction

position

Q3.

The Octagon, Q below is rotated by 180 degrees where will the vertex currently at (3,3) be moved to?

A

C

D

Q4.

The Octagon, Q below is rotated by 180 degrees where will the vertex currently at (2,3) be moved to?

A

B

D

Q5.

Select the option that fills in the gaps best: The transformation from shape J to shape K can be described as a rotation of________ clockwise about the point ________.

270 degrees, E

90 degrees, E

90 degrees, F

Q6.

Select the option that fills in the gaps best: The transformation from shape J to shape M can be described as a rotation of________ anti-clockwise about the point ________.

270 degrees, A

270 degrees, B

270 degrees, C

90 degrees, B

90 degrees, C

Q7.

Describe the rotation fully of B to A.

180 degrees about the orgin

90 degrees about the origin

90 degrees, clockwise about the origin (0,0)

Left turn about cross