US Common Core State Standard Math 8.G.A.4
Demonstrations 61 - 80 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.

 Lindgren's Dissection of a Pentagram into a Decagon Dissecting a Hexagram into Three Hexagrams Dissecting a Dodecagram into a Triangle Dissecting a Decagram {10/4} into Two Decagons Dissecting an Octagon into Four Smaller Octagons Dissecting a Decagon into Two Pentagons and Two Pentagrams Two-Octagons-into-One Dissection in Two Steps Linear Transformations of a Polygon Matrix Transformation Five-Squares-to-One Dissection Hinged and Translational Dissection of Two Squares to One Bennett's Octagon-to-Square Dissection Lindgren's Square-to-Dodecagon Dissection Busschop's Hexagon-to-Square Dissection Brodie's Pentagon-to-Square Dissection Dudeney's Cross-to-Isosceles-Right-Triangle Dissection Dissection of a Triangle to Its Mirror Image II Dissection of a Triangle to Its Mirror Image I Lindgren's Two-Triangles-to-One Dissection Quadrilateral Slide

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