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# Symmetry and Transformations Questions - All Grades

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Grade 10 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: HSG-CO.A.2
How is the transformation between the two graphs best described?
1. translation
2. rotation
3. reflection
4. reflection and rotation
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.3
The second image was created from the first using which transformation(s)?

1. Rotation
2. Translation and Dilation
3. Reflection and Translation
4. No possible transformations
What transformation would always be a mirror image?
1. Translation
2. Dilation
3. Reflection
4. Rotation
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.3
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.3
For the image on the left to be transformed into image on the right it must be
2. reflected across the y-axis.
3. dilated, with origin as center.
4. rotated and dilated, with origin as center.
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.3
The second image was created from the first using which transformation(s)?

1. Rotation
2. Translation and Dilation
3. Reflection and Translation
4. No possible transformations
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.1
Grade 8 Symmetry and Transformations CCSS: 8.G.A.3
The second image was created from the first using which transformation(s)?

1. Rotation
2. Translation
3. Rotation and then Translation
4. Translation and then Dilation