anonymous
  • anonymous
Draw a quadrilateral. Then have it undergo the following 5 transformations: translation, dilation, reflection, glide reflection, rotation. Then list the lines of reflection, the vectors of translation, the degrees of rotation, and the scale factor next to the corresponding translation.
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apoorvk
  • apoorvk
translation-moving it as it is (as a system) without changing orientation of points in space. dilation means widening it like magnifying in one dimension. you know rotation. reflect it about any of the axes and plot its points to get the reflected quad. glide reflection is translation plus reflection. (like an object moving above a mirror). hope that clears the concept!
anonymous
  • anonymous
It does for the first part, but the second part -about the lines of reflection, the vectors of translation, the degrees of rotation, and the scale factor- I'm confused still.
apoorvk
  • apoorvk
hmm.. its as simple as it sounds. rotate the four eyed devil (:p) about one of its eyes. that ll be the axis of rotation. the direction in which you move it is the vector of translation. so move it along x-axis and the vector will be i-cap (i^) scale factor??? i am not sure about that i ll redirect someone over here.

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