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Introduction to Horizontal Flips

Introduction to Vertical Flips

Introduction to Clockwise Turns

Introduction to Counterclockwise Turns

Drawing Slides, Flips, and Turns
Drawing Slides - Easier (just says to draw a slide, no specific directions)

Drawing Slides - Exact Directions Given

Drawing Horizontal Flips

Drawing Vertical Flips

Drawing Flips - Horizontal and Vertical Flips

Drawing Clockwise Turns

Drawing Counterclockwise Turns

Drawing Turns - Clockwise and Counterclockwise Turns

Drawing Slides, Turns, and Flips

Flips

Turns

Flips and Turns

Redraw, Enlarge, and Reduce Shapes

Coordinate Graphing
Coordinate Plane and Functions
Write the coordinates for each point
Finding ordered pairs
Drawing ordered pairs
Complete the function table
Complete the function table and then graph the function
Make a function from a line
Mixed Review
Transformations
Translations
Reflections
Rotations
Mix of translations, reflections, and rotations
Do multiple translations at once
Review
Coordinate Graphing Mixed Review

Visual Perceptual

Geometry: Comparing and Measuring Geometric Figures (Basics With Some Algebra)
Properties of Parallel Lines
Congruent Triangles: State Postulate
Isosceles Triangles
Isosceles Triangles (Find the value of x)
Similar Triangles (Word Problems - Part 1)
Similar Triangles (Word Problems - Part 2)
Similar Triangles (With Graphics)
Reflexive, Transitive, or Symmetric
Find the value of x. (Angles and Graphics)
Complementary and Supplementary Angles

Transformations in the Coordinate Plane
Reflections in a Line
Reflections in a Point
Translations
Dilations
Mixed

Algebra Functions Worksheets
Is the relation a function? (set of points)
Calculate the indicated value of f(x)
State the domain and range
State the domain and range (more difficult)
State whether the equation is a function
Given f(x) and g(x), calculate
Inverse (set of points)
State the inverse of each function
Verify that f and g are inverses of each other
Write a compound function for the absolute value function
Sketch the graph of the compound function
Identify the transformation from f(x) to g(x) - f(x) is always x2
Identify the transformation from f(x) to g(x)
Show how f(x) and g(x) are related
Final Review

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