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How to perform a Translation
We have already discussed Translations when we were learning about Vectors. I have explained that a translation will change the position ob an object under a given column vector. The top number in the column represents the amount of units (steps) the objects moves horizontally and the bottom number is the amount of units the object travels vertically. Check the following maths activities in which I explain in detail what a translation is and what you need to take into account if you want to pass your IGCSE GCSE maths exam.
