# Which of the following transformations appears - Expert Answer

Question 1: Which of the following transformations appears to be a dilation?
Which of the following transformations appears to be a dilation?
Question 2: Identify the regular tessellation.<br
Identify the regular tessellation.
Identify the symmetry in the frieze pattern.
none
translation symmetry and glide reflection symmetry
glide reflection symmetry
translation symmetry
Question 4: <pIdentify whether the figure has plane symmetry, symmetry about an axis, or neither.<br<img src="/assessment_questions/5355/files/21394/download?verifier=9Ft6cUstqaH5FuawUsag9Cyh2H2xTccXlxG8i97L" alt=""</p
Identify whether the figure has plane symmetry, symmetry about an axis, or neither.
plane symmetry and symmetry about an axis
neither plane symmetry nor symmetry about an axis
plane symmetry

Question 5: .
Which of the following shows the two lines of reflection that produce an equivalent transformation of the translation ΔSTU → ΔS ′T ′U ′?

Question 6: .
ΔXYZ has vertices X (15, −8), Y (13, 21), and Z (−17, 17). Which of the following represents the translation of ΔXYZ along the vector (−6, 5) and its reflection across the x-axis?
X (15, −8) → X ′(9, −3) → X ″(−9, −3);
Y (13, 21) → Y ′(7, 26) → Y ″(−7, 26);
Z (−17, 17)→ Z ′(−23, 23)→ Z ″(23, 23)
X (15, −8) → X ′(21, −13) → X ″(−21, 13);
Y (13, 21) → Y ′(18, 12) → Y ″(−18, 12);
Z (−17, 17) → Z ′(−11, 12) → Z ″(11, 12)
X (15, −8) → X ′(21, −13) → X ″(21, 13);
Y (13, 21) → Y ′(18, 12)→ Y ″(18, −12);
Z (−17, 17)→ Z ′(−11, 12)→ Z ″(−11, −12)
X (15, −8) → X ′(9, −3) → X ″(9, 3);
Y (13, 21) → Y ′(7, 26) → Y ″(7, −26);
Z (−17, 17) → Z ′(−23, 22) → Z ″(−23, −22)
Identify the tessellation created using the figure.  Question 8:
Describe the symmetry of the figure. Identify lines of symmetry, if any. Find the angle and the order of any rotational symmetry.
line symmetry and no rotational symmetry
no symmetry
line symmetry and rotational symmetry; 60°; order 6
line symmetry and rotational symmetry; 180°; order 2

Question 9: Which of the following represents the translation of <iA</i (1, −2) along the vector (−3, 2) and then the vector (0, −4)?
Which of the following represents the translation of A (1, −2) along the vector (−3, 2) and then the vector (0, −4)?
A (1, −2) → A ′(−2, 0) → A ″(−6, 0)
A (1, −2) → A ′(−2, 0) → A ″(−2, −4)
A (1, −2) → A ′(−3, −4) → A ″(0, −16)
A (1, −2) → A ′(3, −5) → A ″(3, −9)
Question 10: A rectangular image of length 3 cm and width 4 cm is magnified in a studio. On magnification, 1 cm of the image represents 17 cm. Find the perimeter of the rectangle in the magnified image.<br
A rectangular image of length 3 cm and width 4 cm is magnified in a studio. On magnification, 1 cm of the image represents 17 cm. Find the perimeter of the rectangle in the magnified image.
238 cm
576 cm
408 cm
204 cm