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1 Name: Date: Geometric Transformations Multiple Choice Test Bank 1. A triangle has vertices at A (1, 3), B (4, 2), and C (3, 8). Which transformation would produce an image with vertices A (3, 1), B (2, 4), C (8, 3)? a. a reflection over the x-axis b. a reflection over the y-axis c. a rotation 90 clockwise d. a rotation 90 counterclockwise 2. A triangle has vertices at F ( 7, 3), G (2, 6), and H (3, 5). What are the coordinates of each vertex if the triangle is reflected over the x axis? a. F ( 7, 3), G (2, 6), H (3, 5) b. F (7, 3), G ( 2, 6), H ( 3, 5) c. F (7, 3), G ( 2, 6), H ( 3, 5) d. F ( 7, 3), G ( 2, 6), H ( 3, 5) 3. Describe the transformation done on RTS to form VXW. a. rotation around the origin 180 b. reflection over the x-axis c. reflection over the y-axis d. translation

2 4. What are the coordinates of each vertex if the figure is rotated 90 counterclockwise about the origin? a. A ( 2, 2), B ( 5, 2), C ( 3, 6), D (3, 4) b. A (2, 2), B (5, 2), C (3, 6), D ( 3, 4) c. A ( 2, 2), B ( 5, 2), C ( 3, 6), D (3, 4) d. A (2, 2), B (5, 2), C (3, 6), D ( 3, 4) 5. Describe the transformation done on FKW to form RNG. a. rotation about the origin 90 counterclockwise b. rotation about the origin 90 clockwise c. reflection over the x-axis d. translation 5 units right and 9 units up

3 6. A triangle has vertices at A( 3, 1), B( 6, 5), C( 1, 4). Which transformation would produce an image with vertices A (3, 1), B (6, 5), C (1, 4)? a. a reflection over the x-axis b. a reflection over the y-axis c. a rotation 90 clockwise d. a rotation 90 counterclockwise 7. A triangle has vertices at A( 7, 6), B(4, 9), C( 2, 3). What are the coordinates of each vertex if the triangle is translated 4 units right and 6 units down? a. A ( 11, 12), B (0, 15), C ( 6, 3) b. A ( 11, 0), B (0, 3), C ( 6, 9) c. A ( 3, 12), B (8, 15), C (2, 3) d. A ( 3, 0), B (8, 3), C (2, 9) 8. What are the coordinates of each vertex if the figure is rotated 180 clockwise about the origin? a. A ( 2, 2), B ( 5, 2), C ( 3, 6), D (3, 4) b. A (2, 2), B ( 2, 5), C ( 6, 3), D ( 4, 3) c. A ( 2, 2), B (2, 5), C (6, 3), D (4, 3) d. A (2, 2), B ( 2, 5), C ( 6, 3), D ( 4, 3)

4 9. In this figure, XPL was formed by what transformation on DWT? a. rotation about the origin 180 b. rotation about the origin 90 clockwise c. reflection over the x-axis d. rotation about the origin 90 counterclockwise 10. What are the coordinates of each vertex if the figure is reflected over the y-axis? a. A (6, 1), B ( 5, 4), C ( 4, 5), D ( 3, 3) b. A ( 1, 6), B ( 4, 5), C ( 5, 4), D ( 3, 3) c. A ( 1, 6), B ( 5, 4), C ( 4, 5), D ( 3, 3) d. A ( 6, 1), B ( 5, 4), C ( 4, 5), D (3, 3)

5 11. Which transformation would produce an image with vertices A ( 2, 2), B (9, 6), C (9, 2)? a. a reflection over the x-axis b. a reflection over the y-axis c. a rotation 90 clockwise d. a rotation 90 counterclockwise 12. What transformation was perfomed on TNZ to form CRM? a. reflection over the x-axis b. reflection over the y-axis c. rotation about the origin 90 counterclockwise d. rotation about the origin 180

6 13. What are the coordinates of each vertex if the figure is translated 3 units right and 2 units up? a. A (0, 5), B (4, 8), C (8, 6), D (6, 0) b. A ( 5, 0), B ( 1, 3), C (3, 1), D (1, 5) c. A (1, 0), B (5, 3), C (9, 2), D (7, 5) d. A (1, 4), B (5, 7), C (9, 5), D (7, 1) 14. Determine which rotations will map this figure to itself. [G.CO.3] i. 45 ii. 60 iii. 120 iv. 180 a. ii only c. ii, iii, and iv b. ii and iii d. iii and iv

7 15. Determine the angle of rotation for A to map onto A. [G.CO.3] a. 45 c. 90 b. 135 d How many lines of symmetry does this figure have? [G.CO.3] a. 4 c. 8 b. 16 d. 2

8 ID: A Geometric Transformations Multiple Choice Test Bank Answer Section 1. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 2. ANS: A PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 3. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: 13.5 NAT: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 G.CO.12 STA: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 G.CO.12 TOP: Standardized Test KEY: Angle-Side-Angle Congruence Theorem included side 4. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 5. ANS: A PTS: 1 REF: 13.2 NAT: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 STA: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 TOP: Standardized Test KEY: congruent angles corresponding sides corresponding angles 6. ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 7. ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 8. ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO.5 9. ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: 13.2 NAT: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 STA: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 TOP: Standardized Test KEY: congruent angles corresponding sides corresponding angles 10. ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: 13.2 NAT: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 STA: G.CO.6 G.CO.7 G.CO.8 TOP: Standardized Test KEY: congruent angles corresponding sides corresponding angles 13. ANS: D PTS: 1 REF: 13.1 NAT: G.CO.2 G.CO.4 G.CO ANS: B G.CO.3 PTS: 1

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