# Study sets matching "symmetry"

symmetry

translation, reflection, rotation

line of symmetry

reflectional symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

What are 3 rigid motions?

What are the red lines?

definition: The figure can be mapped onto itself through a lin…

symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

translation, reflection, rotation

What are 3 rigid motions?

Acute Angle

Complementary Angle

Line of Symmentry

Reflection

any angle that measures less than 90˚

either of two angles that added together produce (equals) an a…

a line along which a figure can be folded so that the two resu…

a transformation in which the figure is the mirror image of th…

Acute Angle

any angle that measures less than 90˚

Complementary Angle

either of two angles that added together produce (equals) an a…

symmetry

translation, reflection, rotation

line of symmetry

reflectional symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

What are 3 types of transformations?

What are the red lines?

definition: The figure can be mapped onto itself through a lin…

symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

translation, reflection, rotation

What are 3 types of transformations?

line of symmetry

rotation

symmetry

similar

the imaginary line where you could fold the image and have bot…

when a shape turns around a fixed center point.

when one shape becomes exactly like another if you flip, slide…

when two shapes look the same, but are not the same size.

line of symmetry

the imaginary line where you could fold the image and have bot…

rotation

when a shape turns around a fixed center point.

symmetry

translation, reflection, rotation

line of symmetry

reflectional symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

What are 3 transformations?

What are the red lines?

definition: The figure can be mapped onto itself through a lin…

symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

translation, reflection, rotation

What are 3 transformations?

symmetry

translation, reflection, rotation

line of symmetry

reflectional symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

What are 3 rigid motions?

What are the red lines?

definition: The figure can be mapped onto itself through a lin…

symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

translation, reflection, rotation

What are 3 rigid motions?

Symmetry

Bilateral symmetry

Bi

Lateral

A pattern reflected (mirrored) around an axis (line) or point

Reflected across an axis (line of symmetry), butterflies, huma…

Two

Side

Symmetry

A pattern reflected (mirrored) around an axis (line) or point

Bilateral symmetry

Reflected across an axis (line of symmetry), butterflies, huma…

Symmetry

Asymmetry

Radical Symmetry

Bilateral Symmetry

arrangement of body parts around an axis

body part can't be divided into similar sections

body parts are arranged around a central point

body can be divided into equal halves

Symmetry

arrangement of body parts around an axis

Asymmetry

body part can't be divided into similar sections

TESSELLATION

TRANSLATION SYMMETRY

ROTATION

TRANSFORMATION

A DESIGN THAT COVERS A SURFACE WITHOUT GAPS OR OVERLAPS AND CO…

WHEN YOU CAN SLIDE A DESIGN TO A POSITION IN WHICH IT LOOKS TH…

A TRANSFORMATION THAT TURNS A FIGURE COUNTERCLOCKWISE ABOUT A…

A GEOMETRIC OPERATION THAT RELATES EACH POINT OF A FIGURE TO A…

TESSELLATION

A DESIGN THAT COVERS A SURFACE WITHOUT GAPS OR OVERLAPS AND CO…

TRANSLATION SYMMETRY

WHEN YOU CAN SLIDE A DESIGN TO A POSITION IN WHICH IT LOOKS TH…

Symmetry

transformation

itself

point

_________ exists when a transformation maps a figure into itse…

Symmetry exists when a ____________ maps a figure into itself.

Symmetry exists when a transformation maps a figure into _____…

a 180 degree rotation about ______ maps a figure into itself (…

Symmetry

_________ exists when a transformation maps a figure into itse…

transformation

Symmetry exists when a ____________ maps a figure into itself.

Enantiomorphic pair

Reflection

Why study symmetry and crystallography?

Center of symmetry (inversion)

A mirror image

Symmetry w/ respect to a mirror plane

To understand:... Hardness, velocity of light, cleavage, rate of…

Draw imaginary lines from every point in the object through an…

Enantiomorphic pair

A mirror image

Reflection

Symmetry w/ respect to a mirror plane

Congruent

Reflection

Line Symmetry

Rotational Symmetry

Having the same size and shape

A movement of a figure to a new position by flipping the figur…

What a figure has if it can be folded about a line so that its…

What a figure has it it can be turned about a central point an…

Congruent

Having the same size and shape

Reflection

A movement of a figure to a new position by flipping the figur…

center of rotation

line symmetry

point symmetry

rotational symmetry

Fixed point about which a rotation occurs.

Type of symmetry where the figure is the image of itself under…

Every point on the figure is the image of itself under a rotat…

Type of symmetry where the figure is the image of itself under…

center of rotation

Fixed point about which a rotation occurs.

line symmetry

Type of symmetry where the figure is the image of itself under…

symmetry

line symmetry

rotational symmetry

translation symmetry

a figure has this if there is a transformation of the figure s…

figure that can be reflected across a line so that the image c…

a figure has this if it can be rotated about a point by a angl…

a figure has this if it can be translated along a vector so th…

symmetry

a figure has this if there is a transformation of the figure s…

line symmetry

figure that can be reflected across a line so that the image c…

symmetry

translation, reflection, rotation, and…

line of symmetry

reflectional symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

What are 4 rigid motions?

What are the red lines?

definition: The figure can be mapped onto itself through a lin…

symmetry

definition: There is a rigid motion that allows the figure to…

translation, reflection, rotation, and…

What are 4 rigid motions?

Bilateral symmetry

Radial symmetry

Asymmetry

Ectotherm (cold blooded)

2 alike sides

organized around a center point like a BIcycle

no alike sides

animals that have a body temperature that changes with the tem…

Bilateral symmetry

2 alike sides

Radial symmetry

organized around a center point like a BIcycle

Zygote

Blastula

Gastrula

Endoderm

The sperm and the egg create a fertilized egg

Cells that form a fluid filled ball of cells

single-layered blastula is reorganized into a trilaminar

the innermost layer of cells or tissue of an embryo in early d…

Zygote

The sperm and the egg create a fertilized egg

Blastula

Cells that form a fluid filled ball of cells

Which type(s) of symmetry does the uppe…

Which type of symmetry is shown by the…

What type(s) of symmetry is/are shown i…

Which of the following three-dimensiona…

reflectional and point symmetry

reflectional symmetry

reflectional and rotational symmetry

a rolling pin

Which type(s) of symmetry does the uppe…

reflectional and point symmetry

Which type of symmetry is shown by the…

reflectional symmetry

Bilateral

Asymmetrical

Radial

Polychaetes, Oligochaetes, Hirudinea/Le…

Has two symmetrical halfs

Has no line of symmetry, and has no symmetry

Has symmetry around a central axis

What are the three main types of Annelids

Bilateral

Has two symmetrical halfs

Asymmetrical

Has no line of symmetry, and has no symmetry