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Chapter 11 Checkpoint
Section 11.1
8.) rotation; is the same image but it has been moved in the clockwise
direction
10.) reflection; gives the same image just in a different space
24.) a.) the small triangles rotate around the circle and this gives it
rotational symmetry
b.) this is rotational symmetry because when the object rotates, all
parts and corners match
c.) rotational symmetry because when it turns the points match each
other
d.) not rotational symmetry; the turning the object clockwise does
not match the sides
e.) rotational symmetry; all things match on the turn test
f.) rotational symmetry; all point match when doing the turn test
38.) a.)
b.)
c.)
d.)
e.)
f.)
g.)
h.)
Section 11.2
4.) an infinite amount of times; this is true because a rectangle can
altered so that the sides do not overlap and will allow one to come up
with different shapes
10.) A polygon with more than six sides cannot tessellate the plane
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course MATH 157 taught by Professor Durost during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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