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# Chapter 3 Review

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### Chapter 3 Review

1. 1. Create a rotation of the following figure 180˚ clockwise
2. 2. What vector describes the translation R R’? R R’
3. 3. Circle the folling statements that are true. <ul><li>A transformation is an isometry </li></ul><ul><li>A rotation is an isometry </li></ul><ul><li>A dilation is an isometry </li></ul>
4. 4. Circle the figures below that have rotational symmetry
5. 5. Rectangle SHAM is to be dilated by a scale factor of three, using (0,0) as the center of dilation. What will be the coordinates of A’? S H A M
6. 6. Triangle SAR is to be translated using the same translation as pentagon SHANO. What will be the location of R’? S A R
7. 7. Δ ZAC is reflected in line l to obtain quadrilateral ZACA’. What is the most precise name for the quadrilateral? Z A C l
8. 8. Figure M’O’R’ is the image of figure MOR when reflected in a line. Construct the line of reflection.
9. 9. What is the smallest angle of rotation needed to map the shape onto itself?
10. 10. The figure below is a regular hexagon whose center is at the origin. What is the measure of the angle of rotation about the origin if A moves clockwise to the position of A’? A A’
11. 11. Given MB = 50, find MA. 4x-7 6x-12 M A B
12. 12. Find mCD in circle B. 2x+9 x A B D C