PSA2PVT - Problem Sets---Geometry, M1 Lesson 16 (G.CO.A.2, G.CO.A.4, G.CO.A.5)

Translate the figure according to the instructions provided.

2 units down and 3 units left

Draw the vector that defines the translation.

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Translate the figure according to the instructions provided.

1 unit up and 2 units right

Draw the vector that defines the translation.

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Use your compass and straightedge of apply   to the circle below (center P1, radius ).

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Use your compass and straightedge to apply  to the circle below.

Hint: You need to first find the center of the circle. You can use what you learned in lesson 4 to do this.

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Each segment on the fish represents a toothpick. Move (translate) exactly three toothpicks and the eye to make the fish swim in the opposite direction. Show the translation vectors needed to move each of the three toothpicks and the eye.

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Each segment represents a single toothpick. Move (translate) exactly three toothpicks to make the triangle point downward. Show the translation vectors needed to move each of the three toothpicks.

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Apply  to translate .