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How do you read this?:
A^{1}
A Prime

Any transformation where the pregimage and the image are congruent
Isometry

Transformation in which a line acts as a mirror and an image is being reflected in the line
Reflection

The line that acts like a mirror
Line of reflection

Reflections are isometries
Reflection Theorem

A line that maps the figure onto itself
Line of symmetry

How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have?
None

How many lines of symmetry does a Kite have?
1

How many lines of symmetry does a rectangle have?
2

How many lines of symmetry does a square have?
4

What is this an example of?:
AA^{1=}BB^{1}
Translation

A translation is an isometry
Translation Theorem

How is component form written?
<Horizontal, Vertical>

Shows both direction and magnitude
Vector

Can translations also be described as vectors?
yes

Vectors:
What is the part with the arrow called?
Terminal point

Vectors:
What is the part without the arrow called?
Initial point

What is the symbol that you put over top of the letters when showing it's a vector?
__\

What order do you go in to find the component form?
 <Intial Point, Terminal Point>
 <Horiziontal, Vertical>

Turning of an object around a fixed point
Rotation

Can rotations be clockwise and counterclockwise?
Yes

A rotation is an isometry
Rotation Theorem

