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Instructor: Peter Roed
Phone - (989) 773-9473
Email: Proed@Shepherdschools.net - Preferred
Office location: Odyssey MS/HS
Office Hours: After school Monday through Thursday by appointment.
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Chapter 9 Overview
In this chapter, students will name and examine transformations on a plane. They will identify and perform reﬂections, translations, and rotations, and then combine them as compositions of transformations and glide reﬂections. They then will apply the Fundamental Theorem of Isometries and the Isometry Classiﬁcation Theorem to symmetry and tessellations. Students also study dilations as non-isometric similarity transformations.
What You'll Learn Next
- In this chapter, you will learn how to use transformations known as reflections, translations, and rotations to create a congruent image of a given shape.
- You will learn to use transformations for relating two given congruent shapes to each other.
- You will learn the effects of applying two transformations, one after the other.
- By learning about transformations, you will understand such terms as symmetry and tessellation.