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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:28 by NZTecAdmin

Changes in position and size of a shape. Translation (or slide) is the movement of a shape so that all its points move the same distance in the same direction.

Rotation (or turn) is the movement of a shape when it is turned through an angle about a point in a plane.

Reflection (or flip) is the movement of a shape when it is reflected (or flipped) over a line in the plane of the figure.

Dilation is an enlargement or reduction of a shape in which all the linear measures are multiplied by the same number (called the scale factor).

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