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Ch 15: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Rotations

About This Chapter

Help your student pass the mathematics portion of the Ohio EOCE (End of Course Examination) Integrated Math I test by allowing him or her to study this chapter's text and video lessons. Afterwards, your student might understand math rotations.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Rotations - Chapter Summary

This chapter explains the movements of geometric figures, and it explains the steps involved in geometric transformations. When your child watches the videos or reads through the text lessons, he or she could discover how to complete dilations and identify various kinds of transformations. The lessons can also help with understanding scale factors and the rules of rotation. Prior to taking the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I examination, your child could learn how to:

  • Define math rotations
  • Understand rigid motion and the process of graphing transformations
  • Slide functions and shift graphs
  • Draw math reflections and dilations

Consisting of text and video lessons, this chapter can prepare your student for rotations questions on the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I examination. Developed by experienced educators and narrated by real instructors, the lessons are designed to be flexible and self-paced. Animation makes them fun to watch, while the ability to pause or replay the videos makes them a convenient alternative to classroom learning. Short multiple-choice quizzes will test your student's comprehension of rotations.

Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Rotations Chapter Objectives

When taking the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I examination, your child will be expected to be capable of solving math problems in several content areas. They should understand various aspects of mathematics, including rigid motion, transformation, reflections and other chapter topics. The examination has four domains that will test your child's ability to understand algebra, geometry, probability and statistics. Score reports will be made available online to schools and teachers, and copies will be dispersed to parents.

6 Lessons in Chapter 15: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math I: Rotations
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Rotations in Math: Definition & Overview

1. Rotations in Math: Definition & Overview

A geometric rotation refers to the rotating of a figure around a center of rotation. This lesson will get you going on rotations, give you some examples, and end with a quiz that tests your knowledge of rotations.

Rigid Motion in Geometry

2. Rigid Motion in Geometry

In this lesson, we will define rigid motion and go over the three types of rigid motion seen in geometry: translations, rotations, and reflections. We will define each and look at examples.

Transformations in Math: Definition & Graph

3. Transformations in Math: Definition & Graph

In geometry, transformation refers to the movement of objects in the coordinate plane. This lesson will define and give examples of each of the four common transformations and end with a quiz to make sure you are moving in the right direction.

Transformations: How to Shift Graphs on a Plane

4. Transformations: How to Shift Graphs on a Plane

What is a transformation? Well, it's something that transforms one function into another! To see what I mean and how that looks, check out this lesson!

Reflections in Math: Definition & Overview

5. Reflections in Math: Definition & Overview

A reflection of an object is a 'flip' of that object across a line. This lesson will describe the basics of reflection, how to recognize one and how to create one.

Dilation in Math: Definition & Meaning

6. Dilation in Math: Definition & Meaning

Dilations are transformations that change figures in specific ways. Learn about these changes and how to complete dilations here. Then test your understanding with a quiz.

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