Chapter Test
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8 Math Nelson
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Chapter 7
Section
Chapter Test
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The coordinates of the vertices of a triangle are A(-2,3), B(0,5) and C(2,-7).

a) Which point is the farthest left?

b) Which point is the farthest up?

c) Which point is horizontally between the other two points?

d) Which point is vertically between the other two points?

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Q1

Plot each point below. Connect the points in order, and connect the last point to the first point. Name the polygon formed.

A(-3,4), B(-3,-4), C(5,0)

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Q2

a) Write the vector for the translation that moved ABCD TO A'B'C'D'.

b) Write the vector for the translation that would move vertex D to vertex A.

c) Write the coordinates of each image vertex under the translation in part (b).

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Q3

ABCD is a parallelogram in which AB is parallel to CD. The coordinates of three vertices are A(2,-3),B(7,0), and C(-1,6)

a) State the coordinates of vertex D.

b) Write the translation vector needed to move vertex Ato vertex C.

c) Determine the image coordinates after ABCD is translated using the vector in part (b).

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Q4

Determine the coordinates of the image of \triangle {ABC} after each transformation.

a reflection in the x-axis

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Q5a

Determine the coordinates of the image of \triangle {ABC} after each transformation.

a reflection in the y-axis

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Q5b

Determine the coordinates of the image of \triangle {ABC} after each transformation.

a rotation of 90° ccw about the origin

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Q5c

Determine the coordinates of the image of \triangle {ABC} after each transformation.

a rotation of 180° ccw about the origin

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Q5d