# Ch 22: HSPT Test: Transformations

This chapter goes over the different types of transformations used in math. Use these lessons to help you correctly answer questions you may encounter on the HSPT test.

## HSPT Test: Transformations - Chapter Summary

Let these lessons illustrate various math transformations as you explore how shapes change or do not change when they are rotated, reflected or translated. The videos help you study for HSPT test questions on the following topics:

• Rotations, reflections and translations in math
• Using a mirror line to reflect simple shapes
• 2D shapes
• Lines of symmetry
• Graphing translations, rotations and reflections
• Rotating shapes
• Determining distance with the Pythagorean theorem

After you complete each lesson, you can check your understanding of what you have studied by taking a short lesson quiz. You can measure your progress overall by taking the chapter test. Links in the quizzes give you easy access to the video to check a specific point, and our expert instructors and subject-matter experts are always available to answer your questions or provide additional help.

### HSPT Test: Transformations Chapter Objectives

Select Catholic schools require eighth grade students to take the HSPT test as part of the admissions process. The skills measured by the exam include reading, verbal, language, quantitative and mathematics. Our chapter on Transformations addresses some of the mathematics skills covered in the test. You will find 64 math-related questions on the exam.

The HSPT examination is paper based. All of the 298 questions that comprise the exam are multiple-choice in format, which requires you to select one correct response from a list of about four following each question.

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