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Geometry Transformations Calculators
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First: read the notes.
Second: view the Videos
Third: solve the questions/solved examples.
Fourth: check your solutions with my thoroughlyexplained solutions.
Fifth: check your answers with the calculators as applicable.
You are encouraged to: solve the questions graphically (by construction); verify the solutions algebraically (by formulas);
then use the calculators to check your answers.
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 Translation (Sliding or Gliding)
 For any point, (x_{1}, y_{1});
 A translation vector of <x, y> is the same as the translation rule of (x_{1} + x, y_{1}+y)

Say:
preimage = (x_{1}, y_{1}),
translation vector = <x, y>,
image = (x_{2}, y_{2});
then:
x_{2} = x_{1} + x
y_{2} = y_{1} + y 
Translated left or right:
only the xcoordinate changes
the ycoordinate remains
Translated up or down:
only the ycoordinate changes
the xcoordinate remains 
translated x units left:
then:
x_{2} = x_{1}  x
y_{2} = y_{1} 
translated x units right:
then:
x_{2} = x_{1} + x
y_{2} = y_{1} 
translated y units up:
then:
x_{2} = x_{1}
y_{2} = y_{1} + y 
translated y units down:
then:
x_{2} = x_{1}
y_{2} = y_{1}  y
Given: preimage, translation vector
To Find: image
Given: image, translation vector
To Find: preimage
Given: preimage, image
To Find: translation vector
Given: preimage, translation rule
To Find: image
 Reflection (Flipping)

On the xaxis, yvalues are zero.
Reflecting across the xaxis:
ycoordinate changes, xcoordinate remains. 
On the yaxis, xvalues are zero.
Reflecting across the yaxis:
xcoordinate changes, ycoordinate remains.  Reflecting across the origin:
both the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate changes.  Reflecting across the line: x = k (k is a constant):
the xcoordinate changes, ycoordinate remains.  Reflecting across the line: y = k (k is a constant)
the ycoordinate changes, xcoordinate remains.  Reflecting across the line: y = x:
both the xcoordinate and the ycoordinate changes.  For any point, (x, y);
 Reflection across the xaxis gives (x, y)
 Reflection across the yaxis gives (x, y)
 Reflection across the origin gives (x, y)
 Reflection across the line: y = x gives (y, x)
 Reflection across the line: y = k (k is a constant) gives (x, 2k  y)
 Reflection across the line: x = k (k is a constant) gives (2k  x, y)
Given: preimage, line of reflection
To Find: image
Given: image, line of reflection
To Find: preimage
Given: preimage, image
To Find: line of reflection
 Rotation (Turning)
 A preimage is rotated about the center of rotation through an angle of rotation.
 If the preimage is rotated in a counterclockwise direction, the angle of rotation is positive.
 If the preimage is rotated in a clockwise direction, the angle of rotation is negative.

Given:
the preimage (x, y),
the center of rotation as the origin (0, 0),
an angle of rotation, θ;
the image would be (x^{'}, y^{'})
where:
x^{'} = x cosθ  y sinθ
y^{'} = y cosθ + x sinθ  For counterclockwise rotations, use the positive value of θ
 For clockwise rotations, use the negative value of θ

Given:
the preimage (x_{1}, y_{1}),
the center of rotation as any point (x, y),
an angle of rotation, θ;
the image would be (x_{1}^{'}, y_{1}^{'})
where:
x_{1}^{'} = (cosθ(x_{1}  x)  sinθ(y_{1}  y)) + x
y_{1}^{'} = (cosθ(y_{1}  y) + sinθ(x_{1}  x)) + y
Given: preimage, center of rotation (about the origin), angle of rotation
To Find: image
Given: preimage, center of rotation (any point), angle of rotation
To Find: image
References
Chukwuemeka, S.D (2016, April 30). Samuel Chukwuemeka Tutorials  Math, Science, and Technology.
Retrieved from https://www.samdomforpeace.com
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CSEC Math Tutor. (n.d). Retrieved from https://www.csecmathtutor.com/pastpapers.html
DLAP Website. (n.d.). Curriculum.gov.mt. https://curriculum.gov.mt/en/ExaminationPapers/Pages/list_secondary_papers.aspx
GCSE Exam Past Papers: Revision World. Retrieved April 6, 2020, from https://revisionworld.com/gcserevision/gcseexampastpapers