Transformations

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

This video will answer all your questions about dilations. It looks at dilations away from the x-axis and y-axis and how we can tell which is which. It looks at simple examples using an ordered-pair and then moves onto showing how we can use algebra to help us find equations of transformed functions. Finally, I take a look at how to reverse the process as this is an important skill used in exams.
So much fun and learning in such a short video! Enjoy.

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dilations year 12
dilations on the coordinate plane
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dilating away from the x axis
dilating away from the y axis
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