HAMS Transformations Worksheet

by Geoffrey Kirnon

| 33 QuestionsNote from the author:

Transformations for 8th Grade with all M.C. questions

1

2

1

1

A. 3 units to the right

B. 3 units to the left

C. 7 units to the right

D. 7 units to the left

2

1

A

B

C

D

3

3

1

A

B

C

D

4

4

1

A. add 5 to each x-coordinate

B. multiply each y-coordinate by -1

C. multiply each x-coordinate by -1

D. rotate the figure 90 degrees about the orgin

5

5

1

A

B

C

D

6

6

1

A

B

C

D

7

7

1

A

B

C

D

8

8

1

A

B

C

D

9

10

11

9

1

A. (0,4), (0,0),(4,0), (4,4)

B. (-3,7), (-3,3), (1,3), (1,7)

C. (-10,0), (-10,4), (-6, -4), (-6,0)

D. (-7,3), (-7, -7), (-3,-7), (-3,-3)

10

1

A.

B

C

D

11

1

A. reflections

B. translations

C. reflections and rotations

D. translations and rotations

12

13

14

15

16

12

1

A. I, II, and III

B. I, II, and IV

C. I, III, and IV

D. II, III, and IV

13

1

A. (1,3)

B. (3,1)

C. (4,6)

D. (6,4)

14

1

A. I, II, III

B. II and III

C. I and III

D. I and II

15

1

A. (-4,5)

B. (-4,-5)

C. (4,-5)

D. (4,5)

16

1

A. (0,8)

B. (3,5)

C. (5,3)

D. (8,0)

17

18

19

20

21

17

1

A. P=10cm; A=6cm2

B. P=10cm; A=24cm2

C. P=160cm; A=192cm2

D. P=160cm; A=384cm2

18

1

A. (6,18)

B. (3,2/3)

C. (2./3, 3)

D. (18, 6)

19

1

A. (-8, -1)

B. (-4,-1)

C. (-1,-8)

D. (0,-4)

20

1

A. The lengths of the sides are doubled.

B. The area of the polygon did not change.

C. The foordinates of the vertices did not change.

D. The area of the polygon is 4 times its orginal area.

21

1

A. dilation, rotation, translation

B. reflection, dilation, translation

C. rotation, reflection, dilation

D. rotation, translation, reflection

22

23

24

25

22

1

A

B

C

D

23

1

A.

B

C

D

24

1

A. (-5,-4)

B. (-5,4)

C. (-4,5)

D. (-4,-5)

25

1

A. (1,-3)

B. (2,1)

C. (6,1)

D. (8,-3)

26

27

28

29

30

26

1

A. 7 units left and 5 units up

B. 7 units right and 5 units up

C. 7 units left and 5 units down

D. 7 units right and 5 units down

27

1

A. The x-coordinates are the same on both triangles while the y-coordinates are opposites.

B. The x-coordinates and the y-coordinates are equal to each other in the triangles.

C. The y-coordinates are the same on both triangles while the x-coordinates are opposites.

D. There is no relationship between coordinates.

28

1

A. (3,4)

B. (3,-4)

C. (-3,-4)

D. (-3,4)

29

1

A. (3,9)

B. -(9,3)

C. (-9,3)

D. (3,9)

30

1

A. (0,-1)

B. (-4,1)

C. (-4, 1)

D. (4,-1)

31

32

33

31

1

A. (1,2)

B. (2,1)

C. (4,8)

D. (8,4)

32

1

A. (1,2)

B. (1,-2)

C. (-1,2)

D. (-6,-5)

33

1

A. reflection across lime m

B. reflection across line n

C. translation to the right

D. rotation 180 degrees clockwise

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