# Chapter 12: Rigid Transformations

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## Introduction

The final chapter of Geometry explores transformations. A transformation is a move, flip, or rotation of an image. First, we will look at different types of symmetry and then discuss the different types of transformations. Finally, we will compose transformations and look at tessellations.

- 12.1.
## Reflection Symmetry

- 12.2.
## Rotation Symmetry

- 12.3.
## Geometric Translations

- 12.4.
## Rotations

- 12.5.
## Reflections

- 12.6.
## Composition of Transformations

- 12.7.
## Tessellations

### Chapter Summary

## Summary

This chapter discusses transformations of figures in the two-dimensional space. It begins with an explanation of reflection and rotation symmetry. The chapter then branches out to discuss the different types of rigid transformations: translation (sliding a figure to a new position), rotation (rotating a figure with respect to an axis), and reflection (flipping a figure along a line of symmetry). Once the different types of basic transformations are discussed, the composition of these actions to create a new type of transformation is explored. The chapter wraps up with a detailed presentation of tessellations.

### Chapter Keywords

- Line of Symmetry
- Line Symmetry
- Rotational Symmetry
- Center of Rotation
- angle of rotation
- Transformation
- Rigid Transformation
- Translation
- Vector
- Reflection
- Line of Reflection
- Reflection over the axis
- Reflection over the axis
- Reflection over
- Reflection over
- Reflection over
- Reflection over
- Rotation
- Center of Rotation
- Rotation of
- Rotation of
- Rotation of
- Composition (of transformations)
- Glide Reflection
- Reflections over Parallel Lines Theorem
- Reflection over the Axes Theorem
- Reflection over Intersecting Lines Theorem
- Tessellation

### Chapter Review

Match the description with its rule.

- Reflection over the axis - A.
- Reflection over the axis - B.
- Reflection over - C.
- Reflection over - D.
- Reflection over - E.
- Reflection over - F.
- Rotation of - G.
- Rotation of - H.
- Rotation of - I.
- Rotation of - J.

### Texas Instruments Resources

*In the CK-12 Texas Instruments Geometry FlexBook, there are graphing calculator activities designed to supplement the objectives for some of the lessons in this chapter. See http://www.ck12.org/flexr/chapter/9697.*