154 views

Uploaded by yawahab

Practice Test Chapter 9

- 12
- labreport-vectoraddition
- Vectors Practice Set
- 20 Days of 2d Cad Exercises Final
- 8-2 lesson plan
- CalcII Vectors
- 13 Vectors
- Ch5 Vectors
- blake's catch up
- Lab 13
- Engineering Mathematics 4E Matrecies
- vectors
- Vectors (XIII) Final
- Finding Angles Task
- Notes on Vector Addition
- Physics Nots
- CAD-Ex
- Experiment 2: Vector Addition
- Chp1 Vectors
- 7.2and7.4notes

You are on page 1of 13

Copy the figure and the given line of reflection. Then draw the reflected image in this line using a ruler.

1.

SOLUTION:

Step 2: Measure the distance from point A to the line m. Then locate A' the same distance from line m on the

oppositeside.

Step 3: Repeat Step 2 to locate points B', C', and D'. Then connect the vertices, A' B', C', and D' to form the

reflectedimage.

ANSWER:

Page 1

2.

SOLUTION:

Step 2: Measure the distance from point J to the line b. Then locate J' the same distance from line b on the

oppositeside.

Step 3: Repeat Step 2 to locate points K', L', M', and N'. Then connect the vertices, J', K', L', M', and N'' to

formthereflectedimage.

ANSWER:

Page 2

3.PROJECTS Eduardo wants to enlarge the picture below to 4 inches by 6 inches for a school project. If his schools

copy machine can only enlarge up to 150% by whole number percents, find two whole number percents by which he

ANSWER:

3.PROJECTS Eduardo wants to enlarge the picture below to 4 inches by 6 inches for a school project. If his schools

copy machine can only enlarge up to 150% by whole number percents, find two whole number percents by which he

can enlarge the piece and get as close to 4 inches by 6 inches or less.

SOLUTION:

Start by enlarging the picture 2 inches by 3 inches up to 150%. This leads to a 3 inch by 4.5 inch picture.

Eduardo wants to enlarge the picture to 4 inches by 6 inches.

Therefore, the two whole number percents are 150% and 133%.

ANSWER:

150% and 133%

Copy the figure and point M. Then use a ruler to draw the image of the figure under dilation with center

M and the scale factor r indicated.

4.r = 1.5

SOLUTION:

Page 3

SOLUTION:

such that

A'B'C'D'E'F'.

, C' on

, D' on

, E' on

,and F' on

ANSWER:

Page 4

ANSWER:

5.

SOLUTION:

such that

and C' on

Page 5

and C' on

ANSWER:

6.PARKS Isabel is on a ride at an amusement park that slides the rider to the right, and then rotates counterclockwise

aboutitsowncenter60every2seconds.HowmanysecondspassbeforeIsabelcompletesonefullrotation?

SOLUTION:

In every 2 seconds the ride rotates 60. So,ittakes6turnstorotate660 or 360. Therefore, the time it takes

Isabel to complete one full rotation is 12 seconds.

ANSWER:

12 seconds

State whether each figure has plane symmetry, axis symmetry, both, or neither.

7.

SOLUTION:

A three-dimensional figure has plane symmetry if the figure can be mapped onto itself by a reflection in a plane.

A three-dimensionalfigurehasaxissymmetryifthefigurecanbemappedontoitselfbyarotationbetween0and

360inaline.

There is no such plane or line for this figure. Therefore, the figure has neither plane symmetry nor axis symmetry.

ANSWER:

neither

8.

SOLUTION:

Page 6

360inaline.

There is no such plane or line for this figure. Therefore, the figure has neither plane symmetry nor axis symmetry.

ANSWER:

Practice

Test - Chapter 9

neither

8.

SOLUTION:

A three-dimensional figure has plane symmetry if the figure can be mapped onto itself by a reflection in a plane.

A plane parallel to the bases that passes through the mid points of the sides of the lateral faces will divide the figure

into two congruent parts. So, it has plane symmetry.

A three-dimensionalfigurehasaxissymmetryifthefigurecanbemappedontoitselfbyarotationbetween0and

360inaline.Arotationof90 through a line joining the midpoints of the bases will be a figure isometric to the given

one. So, it has line symmetry.

ANSWER:

both

Graph each figure and its image under the given transformation.

with vertices F(1, 4), G(4, 4), H(3, 1), and J(2, 1) in the x-axis

9.

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a reflection in the x-axis, so (x, y)(x, y).

F (1, 1)(1, 1)

G (2, 4)(2, 4)

H (1, 4)(1,4)

J (2, 1)(2,2)

ANSWER:

10.

Page 7

Therefore, the figure has both line and plane symmetries.

ANSWER:

Practice

Test - Chapter 9

both

Graph each figure and its image under the given transformation.

with vertices F(1, 4), G(4, 4), H(3, 1), and J(2, 1) in the x-axis

9.

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a reflection in the x-axis, so (x, y)(x, y).

F (1, 1)(1, 1)

G (2, 4)(2, 4)

H (1, 4)(1,4)

J (2, 1)(2,2)

ANSWER:

10.

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a translation using

A (0, 1)(5, 3)

B(2,0)(3, 4)

C (3, 3)(2, 1)

Page 8

10.

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a translation using

A (0, 1)(5, 3)

B(2,0)(3, 4)

C (3, 3)(2, 1)

ANSWER:

11.quadrilateral WXYZ with vertices W(2, 3), X(1, 1), Y(3, 0), Z(5,2)180abouttheorigin

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a 180 rotation about the origin, so (x, y)(x , y).

W (2, 3)(2, 3)

X(1,1)(1, 1)

Y(3,0)(3, 0)

Z (5,2)(5, 2)

ANSWER:

Page 9

11.quadrilateral WXYZ with vertices W(2, 3), X(1, 1), Y(3, 0), Z(5,2)180abouttheorigin

SOLUTION:

This transformation is a 180 rotation about the origin, so (x, y)(x , y).

W (2, 3)(2, 3)

X(1,1)(1, 1)

Y(3,0)(3, 0)

Z (5,2)(5, 2)

ANSWER:

Copy the figure and the given translation vector. Then draw the translation of the figure along the

translation vector.

12.

SOLUTION:

Measure the length of the vector. Locate point A' by marking off this distance along the line through vertex A,

starting at A and in the

same direction as the vector.

Page 10

Copy the figure and the given translation vector. Then draw the translation of the figure along the

translation vector.

12.

SOLUTION:

Measure the length of the vector. Locate point A' by marking off this distance along the line through vertex A,

starting at A and in the

same direction as the vector.

ANSWER:

13.

SOLUTION:

Measure the length of the vector. Locate point W' by marking off this distance along the line through vertex W,

starting at W and in the

eSolutions Manual - Powered by Cognero

same direction as the vector.

Page 11

13.

SOLUTION:

Measure the length of the vector. Locate point W' by marking off this distance along the line through vertex W,

starting at W and in the

same direction as the vector.

ANSWER:

14.ART An artists rendition of what Stonehenge, a famous archeological site in England, would have looked like

before the stones fell or were removed, is shown below. What is the order and magnitude of symmetry for the outer

ring?

SOLUTION:

Thenumberoftimesafiguremapsontoitselfasitrotatesfrom0to360iscalledtheorderofsymmetry.The

magnitude of symmetry is the smallest angle through which a figure can be rotated so that it maps onto itself.

eSolutions Manual - Powered by Cognero

Page 12

There are 30 stones in the outer ring. So the order of symmetry is 30.

14.ART An artists rendition of what Stonehenge, a famous archeological site in England, would have looked like

before the stones fell or were removed, is shown below. What is the order and magnitude of symmetry for the outer

ring?

SOLUTION:

Thenumberoftimesafiguremapsontoitselfasitrotatesfrom0to360iscalledtheorderofsymmetry.The

magnitude of symmetry is the smallest angle through which a figure can be rotated so that it maps onto itself.

There are 30 stones in the outer ring. So the order of symmetry is 30.

ANSWER:

3012

15.MULTPLE CHOICE What transformation or combination of transformations does the figure below represent?

A dilation

B glide reflection

C rotation

D translation

SOLUTION:

A composition of a translation followed by a reflection in a line parallel to the translation vector is called a glide

reflection. The arrow heads have been reflected and then translated. Therefore, the transformation is glide

reflection.

ANSWER:

B

Page 13

- 12Uploaded byphysicsdocs
- labreport-vectoradditionUploaded byMitchelle Doblada
- Vectors Practice SetUploaded bysat
- 20 Days of 2d Cad Exercises FinalUploaded byJose_Andres_So_3041
- 8-2 lesson planUploaded byapi-249419897
- CalcII VectorsUploaded bySayemin Azam
- 13 VectorsUploaded byJitendra Kumar
- Ch5 VectorsUploaded byMonch D. Arief
- blake's catch upUploaded byapi-280316144
- Lab 13Uploaded byMatthieu Chimney
- Engineering Mathematics 4E MatreciesUploaded byأحمد كرار
- vectorsUploaded byJemason
- Vectors (XIII) FinalUploaded bySankar Kumarasamy
- Finding Angles TaskUploaded byNevin Spinosa
- Notes on Vector AdditionUploaded bybruktawit
- Physics NotsUploaded byMujahid
- Experiment 2: Vector AdditionUploaded byamcb_003
- CAD-ExUploaded byNoppolNorasri
- Chp1 VectorsUploaded byJustA Dummy
- 7.2and7.4notesUploaded byg1191059
- No. 1 Vectors and ScalarsUploaded byMarlon Del-isen Dumal-is
- ashleyplatt-folio2rosterUploaded byapi-311662924
- Tutorial 1 (1)bjhjbjbm,,Uploaded byAmeer Amef
- 23929_Chapter+2Uploaded byMary Jane Saño
- VectorUploaded byDean Fanggohans
- L1-Force Systems 1Uploaded byDean Hynes
- 01389331Uploaded byOLivSitanggang
- Topic Vectors(I)Uploaded byLiana Nadhirah
- Matching Part 1Uploaded bySourav Sen
- angles in real lifeUploaded byapi-358839685

- NIST.SP.800-37r2.pdfUploaded byyawahab
- chapt08_lectureUploaded byyawahab
- 19. ISC ChemistryUploaded byRenee Thephail
- ZyLAB EDiscovery 3.11 What's New ManualUploaded byyawahab
- 229 itcUploaded byyawahab
- 1621ict 2016 03 Deferred Final Exam solUploaded byyawahab
- 6ed Solutions Chap05Uploaded byyawahab
- Practice Quiz 1Uploaded byyawahab
- 1621ict 2016 03 Deferred Final Exam 1Uploaded byyawahab
- 1410ICT Week 2 WorkshopUploaded byyawahab
- ITEC229_Ch04Uploaded byyawahab
- ITEC229_Ch05Uploaded byyawahab
- سؤال-وجواب-في-التربية-الاسلامية.pdfUploaded byyawahab
- Bcm Toolkit Cover Feb16Uploaded byPappu
- IGCSE Business 8 AnswerUploaded byMuhammad Salim Ullah Khan
- pdf_official-sat-practice-lesson-plan-math-linear-equations-part-oneUploaded byyawahab
- Chapter 2words in ContextUploaded byRavinder Soni
- nist.sp.800-171Uploaded byyawahab
- chapter1(1)Uploaded byyawahab
- Strategy 18 21Uploaded byyawahab
- 40480Uploaded byyawahab
- Itstrategy PlanningUploaded byyawahab
- Project Brief 2018 t 3Uploaded byyawahab
- Jobs Cluster Analysis With Marking and Example LayoutUploaded byyawahab
- Ch18 PDF Official Sat Study Guide Passport Advanced MathUploaded byyawahab
- Ch19 PDF Official Sat Study Guide Additional Topics MathUploaded byyawahab
- Ch20 PDF Official Sat Study Guide Sample Math Questions Multiple ChoiceUploaded byyawahab
- Ch21 PDF Official Sat Study Guide About Writing Language TestUploaded byyawahab
- conventionsUploaded byvalentina palomino

- Quintic Function 4Uploaded byJayPeeJurada
- Convolution TheoremUploaded byMuhammad Umair
- ee150_bballUploaded byBrent Chapman
- Archimedes' principle in general coordinatesUploaded bycentari
- S2 11-12 Half Yearly Paper II QAUploaded byTO Chau
- KINEMATICS OF THE PLANAR QUADRILATERAL MECHANISMUploaded byPetrescu Florian
- UT Dallas Syllabus for se3341.501.08s taught by Pankaj Choudhary (pkc022000)Uploaded byUT Dallas Provost's Technology Group
- NBI_MétodoUploaded bysatm36289
- Plotting derivative graphsUploaded byPunit Singh Sahni
- STM UNIT 4Uploaded byprasanthikasamsetty
- Generation and Analysis of Random WavesUploaded byjarodakd
- Tackling Curse of Dimensionality for Efficient Content Based Image RetrievalUploaded byMaz Har Ul
- 13Line Integrals of Scalar Fields - HandoutUploaded byJohn
- Anti DerivativeUploaded byGabriel Angelos
- Exam ScheduleUploaded byVeerappanVeera
- BinomialUploaded bychhavish
- Maths Ppt on Conic SectionUploaded byShubhrasmita Patel
- Qm Lecture NotesUploaded byEmanuel Vieira
- Lecture 2Uploaded byMahidhar Nyayapati
- Grade 10 MathUploaded byAli Elbasry
- K. N. Raghavan-Integral Extensions, Valuation Rings, And the NullstellensatzUploaded bygermanschultze
- FPDE_User_Guide.pdfUploaded byKhairul Hadi
- Solucionario parte 3 Matemáticas Avanzadas para Ingeniería - 2da Edición - Glyn JamesUploaded byKimberly Clark
- hw2Uploaded byjamesyu
- Linear Algebra Lecture NotesUploaded bysomarajuece032442
- ANSYS Modal AnalysisUploaded byDesmond Chang
- probandoUploaded byEXAMENQUIMESTRAL
- 8 Kundur Overlap Save AddUploaded bydearprasanta6015
- Computational Methods for Platicity-SouzaUploaded byMel Santos
- Adam Kowaleski - Plotting Streamlines in Excel.pdfUploaded bybhassan 2007