In this practice problem, students will apply their understanding of transformations to create a visual representation of the concept. Students will choose a 2D figure, such as a square or triangle, and apply various transformations, such as translations, rotations, and reflections, to the figure. They will then create a collage or sequence of images to show the original figure and the transformed figures. This activity will allow students to see the effects of transformations on a figure and develop their visualization skills.

In this practice problem, students will apply their understanding of transformations to create a visual representation of the concept. Students will choose a 2D figure, such as a square or triangle, and apply various transformations, such as translations, rotations, and reflections, to the figure. They will then create a collage or sequence of images to show the original figure and the transformed figures. This activity will allow students to see the effects of transformations on a figure and develop their visualization skills.

In this practice problem, students will apply their understanding of transformations to create a visual representation of the concept. Students will choose a 2D figure, such as a square or triangle, and apply various transformations, such as translations, rotations, ...

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