Isnin, 11 Julai 2016

Chapter 11 : Transformation Form 2 2016 - 2S,2B,2A 2R (Book 2)







11. 1 Transformation



 

"First slide shows an advanced organiser for the lesson"


http://www.sohcahtoa.org.uk/pages/maths-transformations-flashcards-and-whiteboard-slides.html





11. 2 Translation 

"Translation slide emphasising how any translation can be broken down into along and up"

"Translation slide introducing the column vector notation"



http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/translation.html

11. 3 Reflection 

"Question about the formula of a mirror line"



http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/reflection.html 

11.4 Rotation 















11.5 Isometry 
11.6 Congruence  


  1. Two figures are congruence if both have the same shape and size under any orientation. 




11.7 Properties of Quadrilaterals

This table shows the properties of different kinds of quadrilaterals.
Quadrilateral
Properties
Square
Description: square
·         A square is a regular quadrilateral.
·         All angles are equal (90°).
·         All sides are of equal length.
·         Opposite sides are parallel.
·         The diagonals bisect each other at 90°.
·         The diagonals are equal in length.
Rhombus
Description: Rhombus
·         Diagonally opposite angles are equal.
·         All sides are of equal lengths.
·         Opposite sides are parallel.
·         The diagonals bisect each other at 90°.
Rectangle
Description: Rectangle
·         All angles are equal (90°).
·         Opposite sides are of equal length.
·         The diagonals are equal in length.
Parallelogram
Description: Parallelogram
·         Diagonally opposite angles are equal.
·         Opposite sides are of equal length.
·         Opposite sides are parallel.
·         The diagonals bisect each other.

Trapezium
Description: trapezium
·         One pair of opposite sides is parallel.
Kite
Description: Kite
·         Two pairs of sides are of equal length.
·         One pair of diagonally opposite angles is equal.
·         Only one diagonal is bisected by the other.
·         The diagonals cross at 90°.
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ANSWERS
(REFER TO HANDOUT PAGE 85- 92) 

page 85 - 87 


page 87 - 89 
 

page 90 - 92 
 





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