## Exam-Style Questions.## Problems adapted from questions set for previous Mathematics exams. |

## 1. | GCSE Higher |

Shape A can be transformed to shape B by a reflection in the y-axis followed by a translation \( {c \choose d} \)

Find the value of \(c\) and the value of \(d\).

## 2. | GCSE Higher |

The shape A is drawn on the coordinate grid as shown below.

Sally and Eddie each transform the shape A onto shape B.

- Sally uses a reflection in the line y = 7 followed by a rotation of 90
^{o}anticlockwise about the point (9,9). - Eddie transforms shape A first with a reflection in the line \(y = x\) followed by his favourite transformation.

(a) Draw and label shape B.

(b) Describe fully Eddie's favourite transformation.

## 3. | GCSE Higher |

The diagram shows a red trapezium drawn on a grid.

The trapezium is subjected to two transformations, one after the other.

One transformation is a reflection in the line \(y=x\).

The other transformation is a reflection y-axis.

Does it matter in which order these transformations are made? Explain your answer.

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