## Combining Transformations worksheet

Suitable for Year groups: 10, 11
GCSE Tier:
Higher
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Prerequisite knowledge: Describing single transformations. Carrying out reflection, rotation, enlargement and translation. Equations of straight lines in the form x = a, y = b and y = x.
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## Combining Transformations worksheet description

Combining Transformations is suitable for KS4 students who are following a higher-tier scheme of learning.

In section A, students will answer six questions by carrying out two transformations on each object. All questions are answered on individual axes and your pupils can do this on our write-on worksheet. Enlargements include negative and fractional scale factors, and equations of lines are given for reflections.

Section B is again made up of 6 questions on separate axes. This time, the object and image are drawn, and students will describe the two transformations that map object to image. Hints are included at the bottom of the page, as we have provided all the transformations your learners will need.

Next, in section C, pupils will describe two transformations as a single transformation.

Finally, section D looks at invariance.

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