Translations

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A helpful scientific calculator that runs in your web browser window.

Given a figure translate it the appropriate amount of spaces. Answers included.

This webpage gives a simple, yet clear explanation of geometric translations. There is also an interactive coordinate plane that demonstrates the process of translating a triangle, rectangle or concave hexagon using an angle and a distance or by using an x-y translation vector.

Demonstrates how dilation works

Shows how a rotation works with an example

A site that demonstrates in 3d how a reflection works

a tool that lets you see the effects of different translations on an object.

A site that allows to students to interact with various sized polygons and explore tesselations and symmetries.