To solve the worksheet, students should understand the following types of transformations:

Translation: The slide of an object without turns or flips; a translation preserves the size, shape, and orientation of the shape (congruent images).

Rotation: A turn around a center point; a rotation preserves the size and shape (congruent images), but not the orientation.

Reflection: A flip of the shape over a line (line of reflection) resulting in a mirror image; a reflection preserves the size and shape (congruent images), but not the orientation

Dilation: A transformation where a shape is made larger or smaller without any change in its position or orientation. The pre-image and the image will be similar shapes

To solve the worksheet, students should understand the following types of transformations:

Translation: The slide of an object without turns or flips; a translation preserves the size, shape, and orientation of the shape (congruent images).

Rotation: A turn around a center point; a rotation preserves the size and shape (congruent images), but not the orientation.

Reflection: A flip of the shape over a line (line of reflection) resulting in a mirror image; a reflection preserves the size and shape (congruent images), but not the orientation

Dilation: A transformation where a shape is made larger or smaller without any change in its position or orientation. The pre-image and the image will be similar shapes

To solve the worksheet, students should understand the following types of transformations:

Translation: The slide of an object without turns or flips; a translation preserves the size, shape, and orientation of the shape (congruent images).

Rotation: A turn around a center point; a rotation preserves the size and shape (congruent images), but not th...

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