

1.

Part of a design has vertices at A(0, 9), B(3, 3), and C(0,
9), as shown on the grid. The entire design has rotation symmetry of order 4 about the origin. What
are the coordinates of the vertices after one clockwise
rotation?
a.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  c.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  b.  (9, 0), (3, 3),
(0, 9)  d.  (9, 0), (3, 3),
(0, 9) 


2.

Refer to question 1. What are the coordinates of the vertices after two
clockwise rotations?
a.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  c.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  b.  (9, 0), (3, 3),
(0, 9)  d.  (9, 0), (3, 3),
(0, 9) 


3.

Refer to question 1. What are the coordinates of the vertices after three
clockwise rotations?
a.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  c.  (9, 0), (3, 3), (0, 9)  b.  (9, 0), (3, 3),
(0, 9)  d.  (9, 0), (3,
3), (0, 9) 


4.

Refer to question 1. The final design is created from the vertices of the four
rotations. How many lines of symmetry does the final design have?


5.

How was the blue section of this design transformed to create the purple
section?
a.  translation (0, 6D)  c.  reflection in the xaxis  b.  rotation 90° cw about the origin  d.  reflection in the line y =
x 


6.

Refer to question 5. How was the blue section of the design transformed to
create the red section?
a.  reflection in the xaxis  c.  rotation 180° cw about the origin  b.  reflection in the
yaxis  d.  reflecting in
the line y = x 


7.

Refer to question 5. How was the blue section of the design transformed to
create the green section?
a.  reflection in the line y = x  c.  reflection in the
yaxis  b.  rotation 90° cw about the origin  d.  rotation 180°
cw about the origin 


8.

Refer to question 5. How many lines of symmetry does the design have?


9.

Refer to question 5. What is the order of rotation symmetry of the
design?
