Has there been a class on placement of graphics?
I am in the middle of a highly intensive graphic laden textbook. All graphics are listed on the right side of the page and questions are on the left. Some questions have an a and b level, some have equations but all have to do with the graphic. Should my graphics be placed before the a and b level questions and the equations or should the graphic come after all of the stuff that has to do with the original question. I am typing a sample
△A'B'C' is an image of △ABC.
a. How do the x-coordinates of the vertices change?
b. How do the y-coordinates of the vertices change?
c. What reflection produces the image?
- Leveled Practice Describe a sequence of transformations that maps △EFG to △MNO.
- A translation _ units left and _ units down, followed by a _ across the _
Both graphics appear to the right of the questions.
I hope this is not too confusing.