Hello Math Teachers! 11 questions on transformations with rotations, reflections, and translations and also includes lines of symmetry . These multiple choice questions made for for 8th grade Pre-Algebra come in two formats; as a PDF and as an ExamView Bank BNK. Both formats are the same questions.
Can be used as a worksheet for an assignment, class work, homework or even as an assessment like a quiz.
ExamView Bank BNK Format:
Compatible with ExamView Test maker software. Drag this file into the ExamView test bank folder in your program files. Then you will have these questions available to use with your other test banks to create tests, worksheets, etc. ExamView Banks are great for use with technology like CPS (Classroom Performance System) e-instruction clickers. I use CPS clickers in my math classroom every day. ExamView Banks are Smart Response, Blackboard, WebCT, Interactive White Board, SmartBoard, MimioBoard and ANGEL compatible. This bank was created in ExamView 7.
Check out my other ExamView Banks:
Tons of ExamView Banks for 8th Grade Math
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Cube Roots for 8th Grade Math ExamView Test Bank
Slope as a Proportion ExamView Test Bank
To ensure compatible with your version of ExamView, please try either of these two free ExamView BNK resources before you make a purchase: Application of Slope, Slope-Intercept, and Systems ExamView Bank
or 8th Grade Math ExamView Test Bank Review Sampler
Mr. Slope Guy in Mathville, Florida
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