Flashcards on Transformation

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What is a transformation in mathematics?

Transformation in mathematics refers to the change in the shape, size or position of a figure without changing the basic properties of that figure.

What are the different types of transformations in math?

There are mainly four types of transformations in math. They are translation, rotation, reflection and dilation.

What is the difference between rigid and non-rigid transformations?

Rigid transformations change the position, rotation or reflection of an object, without changing the size or shape of the object. Non-rigid transformations change the size and shape of the object.

What is a translation transformation?

Translation transformation is the movement of an object in a straight line without any rotation, reflection or resizing.

What is a rotation transformation?

Rotation transformation is the movement of an object along a circular path, where each point on the object makes an identical circular motion around a fixed point.

What is a reflection transformation?

Reflection transformation is the reversal of an object along a line, called as the line of reflection.

What is a dilation transformation?

Dilation transformation is the change in size of an object by a scale factor.

What is a prime notation in transformation?

Prime notation is used in transformation to indicate the image of a point after a transformation. For example, if point A has image A', then A' can be written as A prime.

What are the properties of transformation?

The basic properties of transformation are that it preserves the length of the sides of the figure, preserves angles, preserves parallel lines, and preserves the midpoint of the line segment.

What is a composite transformation?

Composite transformation is the sequence of two or more transformations performed one after another to get a final transformation.

What is the difference between pre-image and image in transformation?

The original object before transformation is called pre-image and the object after transformation is called image.

What is the matrix notation used for transformation?

Matrix notation is a shorthand representation used for transformations to represent translation, rotation, reflection and dilation.

What is the order of transformation?

The order of transformation is the order in which transformations are performed. This order can affect the final result.

What is the point of reflection in reflection transformation?

The point of reflection in reflection transformation is the point that is equidistant from the pre-image and image of the reflected figure.

What is a transformation rule?

A transformation rule is a set of instructions that tells how to perform a transformation.

What is a transformation in mathematics?

Transformation in mathematics refers to the change in the shape, size or position of a figure without changing the basic properties of that figure.

What are the different types of transformations in math?

There are mainly four types of transformations in math. They are translation, rotation, reflection and dilation.

What is the difference between rigid and non-rigid transformations?

Rigid transformations change the position, rotation or reflection of an object, without changing the size or shape of the object. Non-rigid transformations change the size and shape of the object.

What is a translation transformation?

Translation transformation is the movement of an object in a straight line without any rotation, reflection or resizing.

What is a rotation transformation?

Rotation transformation is the movement of an object along a circular path, where each point on the object makes an identical circular motion around a fixed point.

What is a reflection transformation?

Reflection transformation is the reversal of an object along a line, called as the line of reflection.

What is a dilation transformation?

Dilation transformation is the change in size of an object by a scale factor.

What is a prime notation in transformation?

Prime notation is used in transformation to indicate the image of a point after a transformation. For example, if point A has image A', then A' can be written as A prime.

What are the properties of transformation?

The basic properties of transformation are that it preserves the length of the sides of the figure, preserves angles, preserves parallel lines, and preserves the midpoint of the line segment.

What is a composite transformation?

Composite transformation is the sequence of two or more transformations performed one after another to get a final transformation.

What is the difference between pre-image and image in transformation?

The original object before transformation is called pre-image and the object after transformation is called image.

What is the matrix notation used for transformation?

Matrix notation is a shorthand representation used for transformations to represent translation, rotation, reflection and dilation.

What is the order of transformation?

The order of transformation is the order in which transformations are performed. This order can affect the final result.

What is the point of reflection in reflection transformation?

The point of reflection in reflection transformation is the point that is equidistant from the pre-image and image of the reflected figure.

What is a transformation rule?

A transformation rule is a set of instructions that tells how to perform a transformation.

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