# Creating Animations Webinar (Part 1)

## Move A and B anywhere you'd like. Then slider the slider. Then answer the questions that follow.

What happens as slider a moves from a = 0 to a = 1?

What happens as slider a moves from a = 1 to a = 2?

Which transformation(s), if any, could help the segment form as a moves from 0 to 1? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply

## Move the LARGE POINTS anywhere you want. What happens as slider "a" moves from 0 to 1? How about from 1 to 2?

In this 2nd animation, what happens as slider a moves from a = 0 to a = 1?

In this 2nd animation, what happens as slider a moves from a = 1 to a = 2?

For this 2nd animation, which transformation(s) move both circular sectors? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply

## Interact with this app for a bit. Move the vertices anywhere you'd like at any time.

For this 3rd animation, which transformation(s) move the circular sectors? Check any/all that apply.

Check all that apply
CLICK HERE for a setup of the triangle. We'll then work together to build the animation!

## HERE: An example of an animation with 2 transformations that occur at separate instances.

Suppose the slider above is named a. Suppose minimum value of a = 0. Predict the max value of a.

Describe what you think happens from a = 0 to a = max. Spare no detail! :)

It is also possible to implement two transformations simultaneously! We'll explore more of this in part 2 of this webinar series (on WED JULY 8). See below for some samples.