Sunday, 9 November 2014


  1. Explain what a translation is.
A translation is when you move something from one place to another.
2. Explain how a vector works. What does it look like? What does the top number indicate? What does the bottom number indicate?
A vector works by giving the coordinates for something to move. The top number is to move 
left (Negative) or right, (Positive)   The bottom number is for Down, (Negative) or Up, (Positive)
3. Give a real life example of when translation is used.
When people move buildings, they need coordinates to know where to put it.

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