Coordinate grid Worksheet

1 a.

Draw a rectangle with vertices (6, 11), (12, 11), (12, 9), and (6, 9). Then move it 6 units left, and 5 units up. What are the new coordinates?
1 b.

Draw a quadrilateral with vertices (2, 18), (12, 14), (13, 8), and (8, 0). Then move it 2 units right, and 2 units up. What are the new coordinates?
2 a.

Draw a parallelogram with vertices (1, 12), (14, 12), (17, 3), and (4, 3). Then move it 2 units right, and 2 units up. What are the new coordinates?
2 b.

Draw a pentagon with vertices (9, 16), (12, 20), (17, 17), (20, 12), and (11, 9). Then move it 7 units left, and 5 units down. What are the new coordinates?
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Answer Key

1 a. 

The new coordinates are (0, 16), (6, 16), (6, 14), and (0, 14).
1 b. 

The new coordinates are (4, 20), (14, 16), (15, 10), and (10, 2).
2 a. 

The new coordinates are (3, 14), (16, 14), (19, 5), and (6, 5).
2 b. 

The new coordinates are (2, 11), (5, 15), (10, 12), (13, 7), and (4, 4).


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