Transformations Level 2Practise your ability to draw reflections, rotations, translations and enlargements online. 
This is level 2; Translate a shape by a given vector. Click on coordinates to draw your image.
Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)

Show the image of the shape above after a translation by the vector (88)



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Level 1  Reflect a shape in a given line
Level 2  Translate a shape by a given vector
Level 3  Rotate a shape about a given point by a given angle
Level 4  Enlarge a shape from a given point by a given scale factor
Level 5  Transform a shape by a given matrix
Level 6  Mixed questions without diagrams
Level 7  Describe the transformation from the diagrams
Exam Style questions are in the style of GCSE or IB/Alevel exam paper questions and worked solutions are available for Transum subscribers.
There is a printable worksheet to go with this activity.
The old version of the Transformations online exercise can be found here.
Click on the points where the gridlines meet to select a point. When you have selected the number of points required to complete the diagram a 'Check' button will appear.
You can select the 'Show' button if you don't know how to do a question. Refresh the page when you think you understand and try for yourself.
You can earn a Transum trophy for each level if you get at least nine questions correct.
The video above is from the creative and aesthetically mindful Beth, a 3rd year Maths student at Oxford University.
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