# transformations

## Quiz by Eric Strasser

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includes Teacher and Student dashboards

### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Measure skills

from any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

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- print as a bubble sheet

15 questions

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- Q1Mirror image over given lineReflection30s
- Q2Moving a shape around a given pointRotation30s
- Q3https://o.quizlet.com/QMjw5Ayc8I7n-21HuseoEA_m.png(the origin is point (0,0)30s
- Q4Sliding all the points of a shape according to given directions (up/down, right / left)Translation30s
- Q5the small hash mark that you put next to the point labels of the image (ie: A')Primes30s
- Q6(x,y) becomes (x, -y)To reflect a point over the x-axis30s
- Q7(x,y) becomes (-x, y)To reflect a point over the y-axis30s
- Q8270* counter clockwise90* clockwise is the same as...30s
- Q9180* counter clockwise180* clockwise is the same as...30s
- Q1090* counter clockwise270* clockwise is the same as...30s
- Q11360* counter clockwise AND will look like the original position360* clockwise is the same as...30s
- Q12(x,y) becomes (y, -x)To rotate a point about the origin 90* Clockwise30s
- Q13(x,y) becomes (-x, -y)To rotate a point about the origin 180* Clockwise30s
- Q14(x,y) becomes (-y, x)To rotate a point about the origin 90* Counterclockwise30s
- Q15(x,y) becomes (x,y)To rotate a point about the origin 360* Clockwise30s