Creating Symmetry through Shape Transformations

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Translation, dilation, rotation, and reflection are four different, unique strategies used for transforming shapes. – AIO The word “transformation” refers to a movement or change in a geometric shape. If we slide a geometric shape to the right or left, this is called a “translation”.– MathArt
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The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards for School Mathematics in geometry says:

“Instructional programs from pre kindergarten through grade 12 should enable all students to apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations; use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems.” – K12Hi.us
Math is Fun – gives an excellent lesson on Symmetry and how Shape Transformation helps us to achieve this. Symmetry is in Nature   Patterns in Nature

Oxford University Press – Explains how symmetry is transformation AMS.org – Math used in art

Translation = Slide

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Math is Fun – Learn more about translation of shapes and how to make a shape translate on a graph.

Rotation = Turn

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Math is Fun – Explanation about Rotation. Online shape rotater so you can practice. Learn to create Symmetry through rotation – Math is Fun

Reflection = Flip

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Math is Fun – Learn more about reflecting shapes, how to draw a shape and make it reflect using a graph. Learn to Create Symmetry with reflection – Math is Fun Make a design online and see the instant Reflection of it

 Dilation = Grow

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 Math is Fun – Learn more abut dilating a shape and how to  make a shape dilation on a graph

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Math is Fun – Explains point symmetry

PowerPoint Presentation  – this presentation was provided by ArtNc View the examples of Transformation (Slide), Rotation (Turn) and Reflection (Flip).  Make your own examples of these three.


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