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TRANSFORMATION

## 3 = Rotation (flip) 4 = Translation 5 = Rotation (flip) 6 = Rotation (turn) 7 = Dilation (Zoom)

(slide)

(Reflect (Transla (Reflect (Rotate) (Dilate)
) te) )

Your answer for 8 is similarity because I chose similarity because all the pieces are
almost the same.
Congruence = Two shapes are congruent when you can Turn, Flip
and/or Slide one so it fits exactly on the other

Similarity = Two shapes are similar when the only difference is size
(and possibly the need to move, turn or flip one around)

## Reflection = Reflection is if you could fold an image and have both

halves match exactly.

## Transformation = To move or slide a shape without rotating or flipping

it.

The answer is None of the options given because this shape is made up three different types of
circles with varying lines inside them to represent the corners of the cube depicted. The three different
circles types have a transformed pair.

LINES

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## C = Oblique F = Intersecting I = Symmetry

10. What connection is there between number of sides and number of lines of
symmetry in regular polygons?
of sides and the number of symmetry
lines of symmetry are the
same.

is asymmetrical?

Finland The
Bahamas

## Lines are considered to be

13 =Intersecting Lines intersecting if they are
angled towards each
other, even if the point at
which they intersect is not

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## 12 = Scalene triangle has depicted.

NO lines of symmetry.

line(s)

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or sides

## equilateral B. 3 equal angles B

and 3 equal sides
equilateral

## issceles C. issceles 2 equal angles C

and 2 equal sides

more than 90

than 90

exactly 90
angled

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17a = 85 ( 3)

17b = 145 ( 5)

17c = 130 ( 5)

## 17d. There are 360 in a

for angle c should be close
to but not 90 as it is just
smaller than a right angle.

My estimates are
reasonable because 17a:

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## This is reasonable because

it's less than 90 but more
than 45. It should probably
be in the middle.
17b: More than 90 by
17c: This angle is exactly a
quarter of the circle.

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18. What is the sum of the interior angles of the shapes listed
below:
18a = Sum total of the angles in a pentagon
= 540
(5 x 108 = 540)

## 18b = Sum total of the angles in a

equilateral triangle = 180
(3 x 60 = 180)

## 18c = Sum total of the angles in a decagon

= 1440
(10 x 144 = 1440)

## 18d = Sum total of the angles in a heptagon

= 900.2
(7 x 128.6 = 900.2)

## POLYGONS: Irregular Polygons

TERM triangle ral pentagon hexagon heptagon octagon nonagon decagon
# SIDES &
VERTICES 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

## 19b. Give a DIFFERENT example of a capital

letter that IS an irregular polygon and HAS
at least one line of symmetry.
Answer = Any of the letters in grey

## 19c. Give a DIFFERENT example of a capital

letter that IS an irregular polygon and HAS
NO lines of symmetry.
Answer = Any of the letters in red

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