

1.

Choose the correct description for the combined shape
below.
a.  It has no line symmetry and no rotation symmetry.  b.  It has line
symmetry, but no rotation symmetry.  c.  It has no line symmetry, but does have rotation
symmetry.  d.  It has line symmetry and rotation symmetry. 


2.

How was figure ABCD transformed to create
in question 1 ?
a.  rotation about the origin  c.  reflection in the
yaxis  b.  reflection in the xaxis  d.  reflection in the line y =
x 


3.

Choose the correct description of the combined shape
below.
a.  It has no line symmetry and no rotation symmetry.  b.  It has line
symmetry, but no rotation symmetry.  c.  It has no line symmetry, but does have rotation
symmetry.  d.  It has line symmetry and rotation symmetry. 


4.

How was figure ABCD transformed to create
in question 3 ?
a.  rotation about the origin  c.  reflection in the
yaxis  b.  reflection in the xaxis  d.  reflection in the line y =
x 


5.

Choose the correct description of ABC and .
a.  It has no line symmetry and no rotation symmetry.  b.  It has line
symmetry, but no rotation symmetry.  c.  It has no line
symmetry, but does have rotation symmetry.  d.  It has line symmetry and rotation
symmetry. 


6.

How was ABC transformed to create in question 5 ?
a.  reflection in the xaxis  c.  translation (R5,
D3)  b.  translation (R3, D5)  d.  rotation about the origin 


7.

is reflected across the yaxis. What are the
coordinates of , , and ?
a.  (6, 6), (3, 2),
and (1, 8)  c.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8,
1)  b.  (6, 6), (2, 3),
and (8, 1)  d.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8,
1) 


8.

is reflected across the line y = x. What are
the coordinates of , , and ?
a.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8, 1)  c.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8, 1)  b.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8, 1)  d.  (6, 6), (3, 2), and (1,
8) 


9.

is rotated 180 ° about the
origin. What are the coordinates of , , and ?
a.  (6, 6), (2, 3),
and (8, 1)  c.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8,
1)  b.  (6, 6), (3, 2),
and (1, 8)  d.  (6, 6), (2, 3), and (8,
1) 


10.

is reflected across the xaxis. What are the
coordinates of , , and ?
a.  (6, 6), (2,
3), and (8, 1)  c.  (6, 6),
(2, 3), and (8, 1)  b.  (6, 6),
(2, 3), and (8, 1)  d.  (6, 6), (3,
2), and (1,
8) 
