## What are the 4 shape transformations?

The following figures show the four types of transformations: Translation, Reflection, Rotation, and Enlargement.

**What are the 4 types of transformations and how do we describe them?**

There are four main types of transformations: translation, rotation, reflection and dilation. These transformations fall into two categories: rigid transformations that do not change the shape or size of the preimage and non-rigid transformations that change the size but not the shape of the preimage.

### What are the different transformations?

There are four common types of transformations – translation, rotation, reflection, and dilation.

**What are the transformations of a graph?**

Transformations of Function Graphs | |
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-f (x) | reflect f (x) over the x-axis |

f (x – k) | shift f (x) right k units |

k•f (x) | multiply y-values by k (k > 1 stretch, 0 < k < 1 shrink vertical) |

f (kx) | divide x-values by k (k > 1 shrink, 0 < k < 1 stretch horizontal) |

## What transformation is X Y to Y X?

Reflection across the x-axis.

**What is transformation in coordinate system?**

If the curve (hyperbola, parabola, ellipse, etc.) is not situated conveniently with respect to the axes, the coordinate system should be changed to place the curve at a convenient and familiar location and orientation. The process of making this change is called a transformation of coordinates.

### What are the rules for transformations?

The function translation / transformation rules:

- f (x) + b shifts the function b units upward.
- f (x) − b shifts the function b units downward.
- f (x + b) shifts the function b units to the left.
- f (x − b) shifts the function b units to the right.
- −f (x) reflects the function in the x-axis (that is, upside-down).

**What rotation is Y X?**

Here are the rotation rules: 90° clockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (y,-x) 90° counterclockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (-y,x)

## How do you describe the transformation of Y x2?

This transformation is known as a vertical stretch. This is the graph of a transformation of \begin{align*}y=x^2\end{align*}. The points are plotted from the vertex as right and left one and down one-half, right and left 2 and down two, right and left three and down four and one-half.

**What are the coordinate rules for translations?**

✓ Translations are isometric, and preserve orientation. Coordinate plane rules: (x, y) → (x ± h, y ± k) where h and k are the horizontal and vertical shifts. Note: If movement is left, then h is negative. If movement is down, then k is negative.

### How to do reflections on the coordinate plane?

the point negative 8 comma 5 is reflected across the y-axis plot negative 8 comma 5 and its reflection across the y-axis so first let’s plot negative 8 comma 5 so its x-coordinate is negative 8 so I’ll just use this one right over here so the x-coordinate is negative 8 and the y-coordinate is 5 so I’ll go up 5 so the y-coordinate is 5 right over here you see negative 8 and 5 we’ve gone 8 to the left because it’s negative and then we’ve gone 5 up because it’s a positive 5 so we’ve plotted

**How to perform coordinate transformation?**

– In the dialog that appears, check the box next to Enable ‘on the fly’ CRS transformation. – Type the word global into the Filter field. – Click on the NSIDC EASE-Grid Global to select it, then click OK. – Notice how the shape of South Africa changes. – Zoom in to a scale of 1:5000000 again, as before. – Pan around the map. – Notice how the scale stays the same!

## How to create a coordinate plane?

To begin the form,use the Fill&Sign Online button or tick the preview image of the document.

**How to rotate objects on the coordinate plane?**

– Draw a ray from the center of rotation to the point you wish to rotate. – Draw an angle with the center of rotation as the vertex. – Use a compass to draw a circle (arc) with the center at the center of rotation and a radius from the center of rotation to the point you are rotating. – Now rotate all the other points and connect the dots.