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Any transformation where the pregimage and the image are congruent
Transformation in which a line acts as a mirror and an image is being reflected in the line
The line that acts like a mirror
Line of reflection
Reflections are isometries
A line that maps the figure onto itself
Line of symmetry
How many lines of symmetry does a parallelogram have?
How many lines of symmetry does a Kite have?
How many lines of symmetry does a rectangle have?
How many lines of symmetry does a square have?
What is this an example of?:
A translation is an isometry
How is component form written?
Shows both direction and magnitude
Can translations also be described as vectors?
What is the part with the arrow called?
What is the part without the arrow called?
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>
Turning of an object around a fixed point
Can rotations be clockwise and counterclockwise?
A rotation is an isometry