Still looks the same 0 Overview Using this Resource Connecting to the Curriculum Marking Student Responses Further Resources This task is about finding the smallest fraction of a turn so that a shape remains the same. Select the fraction of a full turn that each shape may be rotated so that it still looks the same. Question a) What fraction of a full turn may this shape be rotated, so that it still looks the same? \(1 \over 4\) of a turn \(1 \over 3\) of a turn \(1 \over 2\) of a turn none of these Question b) What fraction of a full turn may this shape be rotated, so that it still looks the same? \(1 \over 5\) of a turn \(1 \over 4\) of a turn \(1 \over 3\) of a turn none of these Question c) What fraction of a full turn may this shape be rotated, so that it still looks the same? \(1 \over 4\) of a turn \(1 \over 3\) of a turn \(1 \over 2\) of a turn none of these Question d) What fraction of a full turn may this shape be rotated, so that it still looks the same? \(1 \over 5\) of a turn \(1 \over 4\) of a turn \(1 \over 3\) of a turn none of these Task administration: This task can be completed with pencil and paper or online (with auto marking displayed to students). Level: 3 Curriculum info: Maths, Geometry and Measurement, Transformation Keywords: symmetry, angle of rotation, rotation, rotational symmetry, transformations Description of task: Students identify the smallest fraction of a turn so that a shape remains the same. Learning Progression FrameworksThis resource can provide evidence of learning associated with Geometric thinking, sets 3-4 within the Mathematics Learning Progressions Frameworks.Read more about the Learning Progressions Frameworks. Answers/responses: Y7 (04/1998) a) ^{1}/_{2} of a turn easy b) ^{1}/_{4} of a turn easy c) none of these easy d) ^{1}/_{5} of a turn difficult How much of a full turn? Finding the angle of rotation