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Date:

Tessellation Project

Part 1:

Materials: graph paper, Cardstock paper (4 Colors needed), Scissors, Glue Stick, plain

paper

Directions: THERE ARE SPECIFIC DIRECTIONS! IF YOU FOLLOW STEP BY STEP, YOU WILL

COMPLETE THE PROJECT CORECTLY:

1. Grab a piece of card stock graph paper and draw your x and y axis on the

graph paper.

2. Graph these points in quadrant 4 and be sure to label all the points:

A : (3, -3)

B : ( 9, -3)

C : ( 9, -9)

D : (3, -9)

I : (7, -3)

J : (5, -3)

K : (9, -5)

L: (9, -7)

M : (5, -9)

N : (7, -9)

P : (3, -5)

Q : (3, -7)

Connect these points, they should make a square

3. Graph these points and connect them to the points listed:

E : (6, -4) and connect to the points I and J

F: (12, -6) and connect to the points K and L

G : (6, -6) and connect to the points M and N

H : (2, -6) and connect to points P and Q

LABEL IMAGE AS FIGURE 1

image 1 coordinates (HINT: Remember the rule for a 90 degree rotation is (

-y, x)

Point

Original

Image 1

(3, -3)

( 9, -3)

(9, -9)

( 3, -9)

( 6, -4)

( 12, -6)

( 6, -6)

( 2, -6)

(7, -3)

(5, -3)

(9, -5)

(9, -7)

(5, -9)

(7, -9)

(3, -5)

(3, -7)

90 degree rotation

* remember the rule*

connect these points. They should form a square (HINT: your new points

should be in the 1st quadrant)

6. Graph points E, F, G, and H for a 90 degree rotation by following the

directions below:

Connect E to I and J

Connect F to K and L

Connect G to M and N

Connect H to P and Q

LABEL IMAGE AS FIGURE 2

7. Complete the table below by performing a

axis using image 1 coordinates (HINT: Remember the rule for a reflection

over the y-axis is ( -x, y)

Point

Original

Image 1

(3, -3)

( 9, -3)

(9, -9)

( 3, -9)

( 6, -4)

( 12, -6)

( 6, -6)

( 2, -6)

(7, -3)

(5, -3)

(9, -5)

(9, -7)

(5, -9)

(7, -9)

(3, -5)

(3, -7)

* remember the rule*

8. Graph the points A, B, C, D, I, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q for a reflection over the yaxis and connect these points. They should form a square (HINT: your new

points should be in the 3rd quadrant)

9. Graph points E, F, G, and H for a reflection over the y-axis by following the

directions below:

Connect E to I and J

Connect F to K and L

Connect G to M and N

Connect H to P and Q

LABEL IMAGE AS FIGURE 3

10.

Complete the table below by performing a translation using

image 2 coordinates (HINT:Remember how to perform commands for a

translation; all xs first and then all ys)

Point

A

Original

Image 2

(3, 3)

(3, 9)

(9, 9)

(9, 3)

(4, 6)

(6, 12)

(6, 6)

(6, 2)

(3, 5)

(3, 7)

(5, 9)

(7, 9)

( 9, 7)

(9, 5)

(5, 3)

(7, 3)

(x-12, y+ 1)

11.

Graph the points A, B, C, D, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q for a translation and

connect these points. They should form a square (HINT: your new points

should be in the 2nd quadrant)

12.

Graph points E, F, G, and H for a translation by following the directions

below:

Connect E to I and J

Connect F to K and L

Connect G to M and N

Connect H to P and Q

1. From figure 1 to figure 2 what rotation took place?

Part 2

1. Cut out each image. BE CAREFUL NOT TO CUT OFF THE WRONG PART OF THE

IMAGE!

Example:

YOUR CUT

IMAGE OF

FIGURE 1

SHOULD

SOMETHING

LIKE THIS

OUT

LOOK

3. Repeat what you did for figure 1 for figure 2, 3 and 4. Use a different color of

cardstock paper for each figure.

o All figure 1s should be the same color.

o all figure 2s should be the same color.

o All figure 3s should be the same color.

o All figure 4s should be the same color.

4. By the time you are done, you should have 4 copies of each figure and each figure

should be on a different piece of colored cardstock paper.

5. Cut out each figure. As you are cutting out the figures, be sure to label each side

with the number of the figure.

o You should have 16 total pieces cut out when you are done!

o SAVE YOUR ORIGINAL CUT OUT IMAGES ON THE GRAPH PAPER.

Arrange in the following way:

Line 1:

figure 3

figure 4

figure 3

figure

4

Line 2:

1

figure 2

figure 1

figure 2

figure

Line 3:

4

figure 3

figure 4

figure 3

figure

Line 4:

1

figure 2

figure 1

figure 2

figure

Paste the ORIGINAL IMAGES on the bottom of the paper underneath your tessellation.

Answer the question below:

1. How could I have used figure 1 to get to figure 4? What types of symmetry and

commands would I use? Explain.

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