# General Term Of Transformations Quiz

20 Questions | Total Attempts: 234  Settings  In the study of mathematics, a transformation is a general term given to four specific ways of manipulating the shape of a point, line, or shape. Can you answer the following questions regarding transformation? Let’s find out.

• 1.
Use arrow notation (-->) to write a rule for the following transformation: right 7 units and down 8 units.
• 2.
Use arrow notation (-->) to write a rule for the following transformation: left 5 units and down 6 units.
• 3.
The following graph is an example of what transformation?
• 4.
What is this figure's angle of rotation? (Answer in the following form: "___ degrees", include "degrees" in your answer!)
• 5.
What is this figure's angle of rotation? (Answer in the following form: "___ degrees", include "degrees" in your answer!)
• 6.
The following graph is an example of what transformation?
• 7.
The following graph is an example of what transformation?
• 8.
A change in the position, size or shape of a figure.
• A.

Image

• B.

Translation

• C.

Transformation

• D.

Reflection

• 9.
To move each point of a figure the same distance and the same direction.
• A.

Pre-image

• B.

Image

• C.

Translation

• D.

Transformation

• 10.
• A.

Image

• B.

Translation

• C.

Pre-Image

• D.

Transformation

• 11.
The figure you get after a transformation has been performed.
• A.

Image

• B.

Pre-Image

• C.

Transformation

• D.

Translation

• 12.
Translating a point up and down affects the ______.
• A.

X-coordinate

• B.

Y-coordinate

• 13.
Translating a point left and right affects the ______.
• A.

X-coordinate

• B.

Y-coordinate

• 14.
A figure has a __________ if it can be roatated 80 degrees or less and matches the original figure 360/# of lines of symmetry.
• A.

Rotational Symmetry

• B.

Reflectional Symmetry

• C.

Line of Symmetry

• D.

Reflection

• 15.
A transformation that turns a figure about a fixed point.
• A.

Reflection

• B.

Rotation

• C.

Translation

• D.

Rotational Symmetry

• 16.
The fixed point where the figure rotates around.
• A.

Rotation

• B.

Reflection

• C.

Reflectional Symmetry

• D.

Center of Rotation

• 17.
The number of degrees a figure rotates.
• A.

Rotation

• B.

Rotational Degree

• C.

Angle of Rotation

• D.

Line of Symmetry

• 18.
A transformation that flips a figure over the line of reflection.
• A.

Reflection

• B.

Rotational Symmetry

• C.

Rotation

• D.

Reflectional Symmetry

• 19.
The line across where the figure is reflected.
• A.

Line of Symmetry

• B.

Reflectional Symmetry

• C.

Reflection

• D.

Rotational Symmetry

• 20.
A figure can be reflected over a line that passes through the figure so the image matches the preimage.
• A.

Line of Symmetry

• B.

Symmetry

• C.

Reflectional Symmetry

• D.

Rotational Symmetry

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