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Grade 6 Math #11.8, Transformations - translation
Click to view on Bing6:09May 23, 2016An explanation of transformations. Translations, rotations and reflections are discussed. What they are and how they work. Center of rotation and line of reflection explained. #11.8 You can readAuthor: JoAnn's SchoolViews: 14K
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and successive transformations in the first quadrant of a Cartesian plane. This unit builds on studentsâ€™ knowledge of plotting ordered pairs, as was introduced in previous work on Data Relationships. Transformational geometry was introduced in Grade 5, where students worked with single transformations. In Grade 6, students will be[PDF]
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