# Results for: Is_there_a_rotation_for_which_the_orientation_of_the_image_is_always_the_same_as_the_pre-image

### How can the orientation of the image compare with the orientation of the preimage?

The relationship between the orientation of the image and preimage depends on whether the transformation is a reflection or a rotation (or both).

### What is true about every rotation?

The image and pre-image are congruent.

### Why do convex mirrors always form the same image?

They do not always create the same image. They have different focal points and objects at different distances which create an image different from the object in magnitude or orientation.

### What is true about every rotation in Geometry?

The image and pre-image are congruent.

Yes, it is.

### What are the three transformations of math?

The 3 transformations of math are: translation, reflection and rotation. These are the well known ones. There is a fourth, dilation, in which the pre image is the same shape as the image, but the same size in the world

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### Identify the orientation where the image has same orientation as the preimage?

The answer is in the question! The orientation is the same as the preimage! Same = Not different.

### What is a pre image in goemetry?

a pre-image is an image before and image is an image after

### What do positive and negative sign of magnification indicate?

Positive would be more magnification, and negative would be less magnification. * * * * * No. M > 1 indicates that the image is bigger than the pre-image (and on the same side of the centre of magnification); 0… Full Answer

### When a figure is translated on a coordinate grid what conclusion can you draw from the pre image and image?

That the image has moved in the same direction and distance of its outline

A translation

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### What are transformations that result is an image that is the same shape and size as the original?

They are translation, reflection and rotation. An enlargement changes the size of the image.

### Could an odd number of reflections ever be a rotation?

Of course. A reflection of any symmetric shape about a line perpendicular to its axis of symmetry will be a rotation of 180 degrees around the point on its axis of symmetry which is halfway between the pre-image and the… Full Answer

### How to compose image with 360 degree rotation video?

If we rotate the video 360° in either direction, you should obtain the same image.

### How can translation be proven in math?

One shape is a translation of another if the displacement of each point, from its pre-image to image is in the same direction and of the same magnitude.

### How is magnification calculated?

It can be measured as the ratio between two points in the image compared to the same two points in the pre-image.

### What is the image of point 3 and 5 if the rotation is 180 degrees?

What is the image of point (3, 5) if the rotation is

### A new figure made after a transformation is called?

In mathematical terms, the figure that is made after a transformation is what is known as an image. Prior to the chance, the figure is called the pre-image. Changing into an image can take place after four types of mathematical… Full Answer

### What is a rigid transformation?

A rigid transformation is a geometrical term for the pre-image and the image both having the exact same size and shape.

### What is the orientation of the image of the 'e' relative to its actual orientation on the microscope slide?

If the orientation of the letter "e" on the slide is exactly the same as it appears in this response, then the image of the "e" would be an inverted reflection. In lamens terms, the "e" would be upside down… Full Answer

### What is a dilation in geometry?

A dilation is a type of transformation that changes the size of the image. The scale factor, sometimes called the scalar factor, measures how much larger or smaller the image is. Below is a picture of a dilation with a… Full Answer

### What is the image of point 3 5 if the rotation is 90?

The image is (-5, 3)

### What is the image of point (4 3) if the rotation is -180?

The answer will depend on where the centre of rotation is. Since that it not specified, the image could by anywhere.

### What transformation is not an isometry?

Dilation - the image created is not congruent to the pre-image

### What is the image of point 4 3 if the rotation is -270?

All rotations, other than those of 180 degrees should be further qualified as being clockwise or counter-clockwise. This one is not and I am assuming that the direction of rotation is the same as measurement of polar angles. Also, a… Full Answer

### What does a concave mirror do to the apparent size and orientation of the image it reflects?

There are 5 different possibilities: if the object is beyond the centre of curvature of the mirror (C), then the image is smaller and inverted; if the object is at C, then the image is the same size and inverted… Full Answer

### What is an image in math?

It is the output of a function. A function is a mapping that associates an image to each pre-image. The term is often used in the context of transformations but need not be restricted to that use. It is the… Full Answer

### Can an image and its translation image demonstrate rotation symmetry?

It can be thought of rotational symmetry along the axis

### What is the image of point (3 5) if the rotation is -90 degrees?

Conventionally positive angles are measured anticlockwise. It depends where the centre of rotation is, so where would you like the image to be? If the centre is at, say, (3, 5) then the image will be at (3, 5) regardless… Full Answer

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### What is a transformation of which every point of the pre-image is moved the same distance in the same direction?

It's a translation.

### What is the image of point 4 3 if the rotation is 180?

(-4,-3) anything with a 180 degree rotation regardless of being postive or negative is always negative the numbers in parenthesis.

### Three ways to move the image?

There are 4 elementary image transformations: 1) translation, 2) scaling, 3) rotation, and 4) shear. These can be performed independently or combined. translation - Moves (or translates) every pixel of an image to the same x or y offset to… Full Answer

### What is the image of point (4 3) if the rotation is -180 degrees?

Conventionally positive angles are measured anticlockwise, by 180° is a half turn regardless of direction. It depends where the centre of rotation is, so where would you like the image to be? If the centre is at, say, (4, 3)… Full Answer

### What happens if the scale factor is greater than 1?

The image is bigger than the pre-image.

### Does a plane mirror always form the image of an object exactly on the plane reflecting surface?

A plane mirror doesn't 'really' form an image at all. The image is 'virtual', not 'real'. You see what appears to be an image. It's located at the same distance behind the reflecting surface as the actual object is in… Full Answer

### What is orientation constancy?

The ability to perceive the actual placement or orientation of objects in the world despite their image.

### What is the use of page orientation in Microsoft Word?

It is usefu if you wanta wider image or longer image wider section of text or longer.

### How is the image form in curved mirrors what is the answer?

A concave mirror the image will always be smaller then the actual image

### A virtual image produced by a lens is always?

This image is always located in front of the lens.