Unit 1 Transformations in the Coordinate Plane
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IN THIS UNIT STUDENTS WILL BE EXPECTED TO:
• use and understand definitions of angles, circles, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, and line segments based on the undefined terms of point, line, distance along a line and length of an arc.
• describe and compare function transformations on a set of points as inputs to produce another set of points as outputs, including translations and horizontal or vertical stretching
• represent and compare rigid and size transformations of figures in a coordinate plane using various tools such as transparencies, geometry software, interactive whiteboards, waxed paper, tracing paper, mirrors and digital visual presenters.
• compare transformations that preserve size and shape versus those that do not.
• describe rotations and reflections of parallelograms, trapezoids or regular polygons that map each figure onto itself.
• develop and understand the meanings of rotation, reflection and translation based on angles, circles, perpendicular lines, parallel lines and line segments.
• transform a figure given a rotation, reflection or translation using graph paper, tracing paper, geometric software or other tools.
• create sequences of transformations that map a figure onto itself or to another figure.
• use and understand definitions of angles, circles, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, and line segments based on the undefined terms of point, line, distance along a line and length of an arc.
• describe and compare function transformations on a set of points as inputs to produce another set of points as outputs, including translations and horizontal or vertical stretching
• represent and compare rigid and size transformations of figures in a coordinate plane using various tools such as transparencies, geometry software, interactive whiteboards, waxed paper, tracing paper, mirrors and digital visual presenters.
• compare transformations that preserve size and shape versus those that do not.
• describe rotations and reflections of parallelograms, trapezoids or regular polygons that map each figure onto itself.
• develop and understand the meanings of rotation, reflection and translation based on angles, circles, perpendicular lines, parallel lines and line segments.
• transform a figure given a rotation, reflection or translation using graph paper, tracing paper, geometric software or other tools.
• create sequences of transformations that map a figure onto itself or to another figure.
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