# Lesson 6

Describing Transformations

### Problem 1

Here is Trapezoid A in the coordinate plane:

- Draw Polygon B, the image of A, using the \(y\)-axis as the line of reflection.
- Draw Polygon C, the image of B, using the \(x\)-axis as the line of reflection.
- Draw Polygon D, the image of C, using the \(x\)-axis as the line of reflection.

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### Problem 2

The point \((\text{-}4,1)\) is rotated 180 degrees counterclockwise using center \((\text{-}3,0)\). What are the coordinates of the image?

\((\text{-}5,\text{-}2)\)

\((\text{-}4,\text{-}1)\)

\((\text{-}2,\text{-}1)\)

\((4,\text{-}1)\)

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### Problem 3

Describe a sequence of transformations for which Triangle B is the image of Triangle A.

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### Problem 4

Here is quadrilateral \(ABCD\).

Draw the image of quadrilateral \(ABCD\) after each transformation.

- The translation that takes \(B\) to \(D\).
- The reflection over segment \(BC\).
- The rotation about point \(A\) by angle \(DAB\), counterclockwise.