Algebra

Which best describes your ability to work with transformations in the coordinate plane?
A. I can graph translations, reflections, and rotations in the coordinate plane. I can use math vocabulary to describe these transformations.
B. I can graph translations, reflections, and rotations in the coordinate plane, but sometimes I make a mistake. I can describe these translations, but I could be clearer.
C. I can graph and/or describe at least two types of transformations in the coordinate plane, but not all.
D. I have trouble graphing and/or describing transformations in the coordinate plane.

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  1. This question is for you. I suspect the answer is D for you, and maybe you could add "I have no idea what you are talking about".

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    bobpursley
  2. you relize this is a reflection on how you think your math ability is right XD?

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  3. Bruh theres no wrong answers on the refections

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  4. this is a question asking you how much you understand the topic, you know that right? there is literally no wrong answer

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  5. reflection is not even grade...

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  6. HAHA I WAS TRYNA FIND THE ANSWER I JUST REALIZED HOW I AM AFTER READING THIS

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  7. stoopid*

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  8. I just realized that omg wow

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