Ch 31: TACHS: Transformations in Math

This chapter on transformations in math could be beneficial for students who want to brush up on the subject before they take the TACHS examination. Online video and text lessons can add to what your student has been learning in math class.

TACHS: Transformations in Math - Chapter Summary

When your eighth grade student utilizes these video and text lessons, they could learn to work with transformations in math. As they get ready for transformations questions on the TACHS examination's mathematics section, students can study how to solve translation problems, draw reflections, find distance and identify 2D shapes. While strengthening their understanding of the rules of rotation, students could become proficient at using coordinate notation and determining whether a rotation is clockwise or counter-clockwise. Studying the lessons could allow your child to:

• Define and understand math rotations, reflections and translations
• Understand the reflection of simple shapes and give examples of two-dimensional shapes
• Recognize lines of symmetry
• Graph translations, rotate shapes, find coordinates and graph reflections across the origin
• Solve distance formulas
• Use the Pythagorean theorem

Animated video lessons are followed by short quizzes that ensure that your student is absorbing information on translations. The lessons can be accessed online 24/7. Knowledgeable instructors provide their narration and expertise. Pause and play functions make navigating the lessons easy for students who are preparing to take the TACHS examination. There are also text transcripts and quizzes, and students can submit their questions when they go to the Dashboard area.

TACHS: Transformations in Math Chapter Objectives

Having supplemented their full-time school studies with this chapter's lessons, your student could be ready to address transformations questions when working on the TACHS examination's mathematics section. The test also includes questions that evaluate your child's language, reading and general reasoning abilities.

Registration materials can be picked up at Catholic schools, parishes, public libraries, and at public and private elementary schools. Admit Cards will then be dispersed, and they include pertinent test information. You and your child should choose three preferred Catholic high schools, and write them on the Admit Card. Bring the information and several No. 2 pencils to the testing appointment in November.

11 Lessons in Chapter 31: TACHS: Transformations in Math
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