US Common Core State Standard Math 8.G.A.4
Demonstrations 41 - 60 of 104

Description of Standard: Understand that a two-dimensional figure is similar to another if the second can be obtained from the first by a sequence of rotations, reflections, translations, and dilations; given two similar two-dimensional figures, describe a sequence that exhibits the similarity between them.

 Hinged Dissection of Squares Hinged Dissection of Four Hexagons into One Another Triangle into Hexagram Dissection Hinged Dissection of an Equilateral Triangle into Two Hexagons Hinged Dissection of an Equilateral Triangle into a Hexagram Text Positioning in Three Dimensions with Nested Transformations How Text Rotation Works in Mathematica D'Arcy Thompson's Affine Fish Transformations Two Hinged Dissections Broken Heart Tangram (Variation) Dissecting a Hexagon into Four Smaller Hexagons Hinged Dissections: From Equilateral Triangle to Square Equilateral Triangle to Square Dissecting an N-gram into Two Smaller N-grams Lindgren's Dissection of an Octagram into an Octagon Lindgren's Dissection of One Octagram {8/3} into Two Lindgren's Dissection of One Octagram into Two Lindgren's Dissection of One Decagram {10/3} into Two Pentagrams {5/2} Dissecting a Dodecagram into Two Hexagrams Dissecting a Dodecagram {12/2} into a Hexagram {6/2}

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