# Transformation Animated Gifs

#### Gif 1

Reflect point over y-axis
y =
m
x +
c
You can drag the point anywhere you want

#### Gif 2

Reflect point over x-axis
y =
m
x +
c
You can drag the point anywhere you want

#### Gif 3

Reflect point over Line y = x
y =
m
x +
c
You can drag the point anywhere you want

#### Gif 4

Reflect over line y = -x
y =
m
x +
c
You can drag the point anywhere you want

#### Gif 5

Triangle Reflected Over Y-axis
y =
m
x +
c
You can drag the point anywhere you want

#### Gif 6

Reflection x and Y axes Demo

#### Gif 7

How to Perform a Rotation
##### Label the new Coordinates the cordinates of the image!
You can drag the point anywhere you want
How To Perform Rotations The Easy Way (Mouse Over To Start)

#### Gif 8

Rotate Triangle by 90

#### Gif 9

Translations Demonstration

#### Gif 10

Translations Demonstration

#### Gif 11

How to Translate a Point

#### Gif 12

Translations Demonstration

#### Gif 13

Dilation Demonstration

#### Gif 14

Dilation Demonstration

#### Gif 15

Translations as Isometry

#### Gif 16

Translations as Direct Isometry

#### Gif 17

Triangle Reflected Over Y-axis as Isometry

#### Gif 18

How Reflections are Opposite Isometries

#### Gif 19

Rotations as Direct Isometry

#### Gif 20

Translations as Direct Isometry
Composition of Reflections Demonstration

In this case, we 1st reflect the point over the line x-axis and then over the y-axis

In our demonstrations, we perform the right most reflection (x-axis) then the left one (y-axis). There is no correct way here so you have to check with your teacher to see if they go rigt to left, as we do; or left to right.

Composition of Transformations Demonstration

In this case, we 1st reflect the point over the line $$y=x$$ and then over the x-axis

Composition of Reflections Demonstration

In this case, we 1st reflect the point over the line $$y=x$$ and then over the x-axis