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Reflections over parallel or intersecting lines (Day 1)

Unit 5: Congruence and Similarity
Lesson 9 of 16

Objective: SWBAT draw and identify images of figures over composites of two reflections.

Big Idea: Students discover that consecutive reflections results in a translated or a rotated figure.

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Math, Geometry, Constructions and Transformations, parallel lines, Similarity and Congruence, translations, rotations, 8th grade math, reflection, transformation, intersecting lines
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