Combinations of transformations
Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4
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Do you wonder what it means to combine transformations? Me too! Well, at least I did until I created this video which builds on the work we have already been doing in Methods 3 and 4. This video takes a look at how we can now combine Translations, Dilations, and Reflections to create some awesome mappings. I use three methods to show how this works; algebra, shortcuts and sketching. All examples are well explained and relevant to the course and the VCE exam at the end of the year.
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