Question

The result of a translation is _______.

- Triangle
- Pre-image
- Rectangle
- Image

Hint:

### The translation is the act of moving a shape or a figure from one location to another. A figure can move in translation up, down, right, left, or anywhere else in the coordinate system. Only the object's position changes during translation; its size stays the same.

## The correct answer is: Image

### Now as we said that in translation, a point or a figure can move up, down, right, left, or anywhere else in the coordinate system. Any point can be located using a Cartesian coordinate system or coordinate system, and that point can be displayed as an ordered pair (x, y) known as Coordinates.

In cartesian plane there are 4 quadrants:

1st Quadrant

2nd Quadrant

3rd Quadrant

4th Quadrant

The sign patterns are in this way:

I- quadrant (+, +)

II-quadrant (-, +)

III-quadrant (-, -)

IV-quadrant (+, -)

Let's take an example:

(x, y) --> (x - 9, y + 3)

(x, y) --> (x + 2, y + 5)

Pre-image is basically the initial figure before translation occurs. Rectangle and Swuare are the basic shapes that cannot state the translation of every figure.

When any shape is translated a new image is formed. So the answer is an image.

In this question, we used the concept of translation and found out that its an image that is formed after translation. We also understood the concept of the cartesian system and the coordinates. In translation, only the position of the object changes, its size remains the same. Translation is changing of position of the image.

### Related Questions to study

Which of the following alphabets has no line of symmetry?

Hence P has no line of symmetry.

Which of the following alphabets has no line of symmetry?

Hence P has no line of symmetry.

A translation of (*x, y*) → (*x* + 4, *y - *3) is applied to Δ *PQR*.P (-3, 3), Q (2, 7), R (7, 2). The coordinate of P’ is

The required point has been calculated with the given equation.

A translation of (*x, y*) → (*x* + 4, *y - *3) is applied to Δ *PQR*.P (-3, 3), Q (2, 7), R (7, 2). The coordinate of P’ is

The required point has been calculated with the given equation.

### Translation is possible

Translation is possible both vertical and horizontal.

### Translation is possible

Translation is possible both vertical and horizontal.

### Find the value of ∠ABD if AB = AC and DB = DC

### Find the value of ∠ABD if AB = AC and DB = DC

### Which of the following relation is correct?

### Which of the following relation is correct?

### Which of the following figures has only two lines of symmetry?

Hence option C is the correcct option

### Which of the following figures has only two lines of symmetry?

Hence option C is the correcct option

From the given diagram, what can be said about sides AC and PC?

From the given diagram, what can be said about sides AC and PC?

### An algebraic representation of translation of a point 6 units to the right and 3 units up

Hence option A (x+6,y+3) is the suitable option.

### An algebraic representation of translation of a point 6 units to the right and 3 units up

Hence option A (x+6,y+3) is the suitable option.

Which of the following relation is correct if PQ = PS, PR = PT and ∠QPS = ∠TPR?

Which of the following relation is correct if PQ = PS, PR = PT and ∠QPS = ∠TPR?

### Choose the image which shows reflective symmetry.

In mathematics, reflection symmetry, line symmetry, mirror symmetry, or mirror-image symmetry is symmetry with respect to a reflection. That is, a figure which does not change upon undergoing a reflection has reflectional symmetry. In 2D there is a line/axis of symmetry, in 3D a plane of symmetry.

### Choose the image which shows reflective symmetry.

In mathematics, reflection symmetry, line symmetry, mirror symmetry, or mirror-image symmetry is symmetry with respect to a reflection. That is, a figure which does not change upon undergoing a reflection has reflectional symmetry. In 2D there is a line/axis of symmetry, in 3D a plane of symmetry.

From the diagram given below, what is the true relation between ∠ABC and ∠ABD?

From the diagram given below, what is the true relation between ∠ABC and ∠ABD?

The following triangles are congruent under PRQ ↔ XYZ. Which part of Δ XYZ correspond to PQ?

The following triangles are congruent under PRQ ↔ XYZ. Which part of Δ XYZ correspond to PQ?

A triangle has __________ vertices.

A triangle has __________ vertices.

### Which of the following figures does not represent a triangle?

### Which of the following figures does not represent a triangle?

### From the diagram given below, which is true for two triangles?

Hence option C is correct

### From the diagram given below, which is true for two triangles?

Hence option C is correct