GCSE Mathematics Transformations

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  • In a translation, all the points of the shape move the same distance in the same direction
  • In a translation
  • the lengths of the sides of the shape do not change 
  • the angles of the shape do not change 
  • the shape does not turn
  • In a translation, any shape is congruent to its image because the lengths of the sides and the angles of the shape are preserved by the translation 
  • Vectors can be used to describe translations
  • the top number shows the number of squares moved parallel to the x-axis, to the right or the left
  • the bottom shows the number of squares moved parallel to the y-axis, up or down 
  • to the right and up are…

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