anonymous
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step 1Create a figure or drawing in Quadrant I of a coordinate plane that has at least eight points or vertices. Get creative! You can change colors, make a drawing, or try writing your name! Need an idea?? step 2 Transform the figure three times. Use each of the following transformations one time: dilation, reflection, rotation. You can use the same coordinate plane to create these new figures. Be sure to include the rule for each transformation. A GeoGebra interactive is available if you wish to use this technology. Select the "GeoGebra" tab to use.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
step3 For the dilation, what was your scale factor? For the reflection, across which line did you reflect it? For the rotation, how many degrees was it rotated and in which direction? Step 4: What to Submit Submit the following to your instructor: Your coordinate plane with pre-image. The three transformed images on the same coordinate plane as the pre-image. Answers to the three questions: For the dilation, what was your scale factor? For the reflection, across which line did you reflect it? For the rotation, how many degrees was it rotated and in which direction? HELP PLEASEEEE

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