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Equivalent Transformations and Symmetry

Unit 4: Transformations
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT find rotations and reflections that map a figure onto itself, and find single transformations that are equivalent to a composition of transformations.

Big Idea: Symmetry in terms of reflections and rotations. Students unpack the standard and solidify their knowledge of compositions of transformations.

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Math, Geometry, Symmetry, Constructions and Transformations, dilation, reflection, transformation, horizontal, vertical, translations, rotations, point symmetry
  90 minutes
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