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The triangle ABC is reflected and hence an image A’B’C’ is formed.

What is the line of reflection?
The triangle ABC is rotated 90° clockwise to form triangle A’B’C’.
The triangle ABC is translated and hence an image A’B’C’ is formed.

What is the translation vector?
The triangle ABC is enlarged and hence an image A’B’C’ is formed.

Which of the following describes this translation?
The parallelogram ABCD is reflected to form its image A’B’C’D’.

What is the line of reflection?
The parallelogram ABCD is rotated 90° clockwise to form its image A’B’C’D’.

What is the centre of rotation?
The parallelogram ABCD is translated to form its image A’B’C’D’.

What is the translation vector?
The parallelogram ABCD is enlarged to form its image A’B’C’D’.

Which of the following describes this translation?
The trapezium shown in figure below is reflected.

What is the line of reflection?
The trapezium shown in figure below is rotated 90° anti-clockwise.

What is the centre of rotation?
The trapezium shown in figure below is translated.

What is the translation vector?

The trapezium shown in figure below is enlarged.

Which of the following describe this enlargement?
The semi-circle shown in the diagram below is reflected.

What is the line of reflection?
The semi-circle shown in the diagram below is rotated.

Which of the following describes the rotation?
The semi-circle shown in the diagram below is translated.

What is the translation vector?