3D objects can be viewed as 2D objects when viewed from different angles. For the following questions, draw a 2D aerial view of how you would see the set of blocks below (ie: if you looked down from above).
Draw or write a sequence of flips, slides or turns required to make the first shape look like the second.
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Describe another way to achieve the same as question d. You may also draw your answer.
Explain the difference between rotational and line symmetry.
Teacher Discretion Line symmetry occurs when the object looks the same as a reflection or fold on itself. Rotational symmetry occurs when the object can be rotated on its central axis and still look the same. Answer: ACMMG181