First we unpacked EA2.1 (Unit 2, Embedded Assessment 1) on p. 141, which entailed circling skills (why/explain, describe, write, propose/give) and underlining key math terms (translation, rigid motion, composition of rigid motions, lines of symmetry, congruence, mapping, vertices)
We then worked through pages 103-105 ALL problems.
We also took notes on the following terms:
Transformation– change in the shape, size, position, or orientation of a figure.
Pre-image– original figure, before its transformation.
Image– result of a transformation.
Rigid Motion (Rigid Transformation)– does not affect the size or shape of a figure, but does alter its position and/or orientation.
Function Notation (Arrow Notation)– Describes what generally happens to an (x, y) coordinate for a given transformation.
(x, y) –> ( , ) [the arrow is read as “is mapped to” and the first blank part in the parenthesis show what happens to x, and the second blank part shows what happens to y under the given transformation.
Ex.) (x, y) –> (x +3, 2y) means take the x value of your pre-image point and add 3 to it, and take the y value of your pre-image point and multiply it by 2.