TEST PATTERNS AND MOTION IN GEOMETRY
Chapter 14: Patterns and Motion in Geometry
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Chapter 14: Patterns and Motion in Geometry - MAFIADOC
Answers Chapter 14: Patterns and Motion in Geometry 105 CHAPTER 14 3 Goal Turning Shapes Identify and perform turns. 1. Describe each turn by the amount ( 12 , 14 , or 34 ) and the direction (CW or CCW). a) d) 12 9 12 9 3 To turn a shape is to move it around a turn centre. The shape does not change size or shape.[PDF]
CHAPTER 14 1 Sliding Shapes - Mathematics
shape position Start with a triangle flip down in a horizontal line, flip that triangle right in a vertical line, flip that triangle up in a horizontal line, flip that triangle right in a vertical line, repeat. The patterns have the same shape. Position changes in both, and the position change is from flipping.
07. Motion / Transformational Geometry - Mr. Hancock's
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Math Test 3 - Henry County School District
If the pattern continues, what number will come next? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 6. Look at the pattern below. 12, 10, 8, 6 What is the next number in the pattern? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 7. Which shape comes next in the pattern below? A. B. C. Name: Date: Test: Teacher: Math Test 3 Gloria Phelps First Grade Mathematics 4 Test
Unit 3- Geometry - Mrs. Ferrari's Grade 3 Class!
Geometry is an important part of student's mathematical experience. People with a deep understanding of geometry and good spatial sense will be able to describe the world around them and appreciate the geometry found in art, nature, and architecture. Lesson 1: Naming Figures .[PDF]
14-NEM6 WBAns 8/8/05 3:26 PM Page 124 CHAPTER 14 1
1. a) Describe the pattern for the bottom left vertex if the translations continue the same way. b) What would be the 10th term in the pattern? 5 Goal Relate number patterns to translation, rotation, and reflection patterns. At-Home Help Some translations create number patterns. For example, the coordinate pair of the bottom vertex shows a pattern.
Nelson Education - Elementary Mathematics - Math Focus
Nelson Education > School > Mathematics K-8 > Math Focus > Grade 6 > Student Centre > Try It Out TABLE OF CONTENTS Click on a chapter for Try It Out links.
Patterning Unit (Grade 4/5) | Ottawa Bansho
The levels are assessed by the complexity of strategies being used (are they using efficient strategies) and by complexity of the patterns found (first column -red or yellow – may be a growth pattern by regular intervals (e.g.: +4 each time), second column may be a growth pattern more complex (e.g.: +8 and then +8 more to the number being added each time), and the third column is a growth pattern (but
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