Reflections and Analytical Geometry - Section 3: Participation Quiz: Reflections and Analytical Geometry

 
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Transformations Overview: Focus on Reflections

Unit 3: Transformations
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Objective: Students will be able to discover and apply the characteristics of reflection and explain (using words and symbols) the position and orientation of 2-D shapes after transforming them.

Big Idea: Remind students of the meaning of transformation and motivate students to learn more about rigid motions in the plane.

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