# math project i kind of nned help on

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GOAL:
To design the shape of a new place for teenagers to hang out, and then to duplicate that shape to three more locations using three different transformations (a refection, a translation, and a rotation).

ROLE:
Your job title is the “ Location and Shape Consultant” for the Teenager Hang Out Company, Inc.  This company is planning to build a hangout at four locations in the neighborhood.  These locations correspond to the four quadrants in the coordinate plane (see above image).

AUDIENCE:
Your boss, Mr. Transformo, is pushing you to get the project designed quickly so he can approve your design and begin construction.  He, of course, understands only the mathematical notation and terms used in this unit.

SITUATION:

1.  Give the shape of the original figure, along with its original coordinates.  This shape should be located in Quadrant I, like in the image.
2.  Translate, Rotate, or Reflect the original figure to the first new location or Quadrant II.  State the coordinates of this new image, along with an explanation and/or notation of the transformation you used to move it.
3.  Using a different transformation than your first move, translate, rotate, or reflect the original figure to the second new location or Quadrant III.  Make sure to go from the original.  State the coordinates of this new image, along with an explanation and/or notation of the transformation you used to move it.
4.  Using the transformation that you haven’t used yet, translate, rotate, or reflect the original figure to the final location or Quadrant IV.  Make sure to go from the original.  State the coordinates of this new image, along with an explanation and/or notation of the transformation you used to move it.

PERFORMANCE and PROFICIENCY:
Provide the shape and coordinates of the original figure.  State the coordinates at each location after each transformation.  Make sure you use each of the three transformations (reflection, rotation, and translation), along with the proper notation to describe them.  The transformations can be done in any order, as long as they get the original to the correct location.

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