Q1:

The number of invariant points under a translation is almost always : 
A. 1 B. 0 C. infinite D. 2 
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Q2:

If the point (2, 3) is translated by the image point is 
A. (5, 2) B. (0, 1) C. (4, 1) D. (4, 7) 
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Q3:

Under a translation the object and the image are 
A. indirect B. opposite C. congruent D. corresponding 
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Q4:

Under a translation of the image of the origin would be 
A. (1, 1) B. (0, 0) C. (1, 1) D. (1, 1) 
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Q5:

Translation is an isometry. Which of the following is not an isometry? 
A. Rotation B. Reflection C. Enlargement D. Halfturn 
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Q6:

A square of side 2 units has its centre at the point (0, 0). If it is translated by, which of the following points would be one of its corners? 
A. (4, 1) B. (3, 2) C. (1, 2) D. (2, 2) 
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Q7:

Under a translation, a line and its image are: 
A. perpendicular B. parallel C. concurrent D. collinear 
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Q8:

The name of the transformation that maps ORST to OR'S'T' is 
A. enlargement B. reflection C. translation D. rotation 
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Q9:

In the translation represented by the vector the "3" represents 
A. vertical movement B. horizontal movement C. diagonal movement D. total movement 
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Q10:

A point B is translated . The distance between B and its image B' is 
A. 3 units B. 7 units C. 4 units D. 5 units 
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