## Which of the following is not A type of Constructor?

A. Copy Constructor

B. Friend Constructor

C. Default Constructor

D. Parameterized Constructor

## If we multiply any matrix with… matrix then we get the original matrix A

a)Scaling matrix

B. Translation matrix

C. Identity matrix

D. Opposite matrix

## A pixel is represented dy a tuple Xw,Yw,w in….

A. Normalised Device Coordinates

B. Homogeneous coordinates system

C. 3D coordinate system

D. None of these

A. Scaling

B. Rotation

C. Translation

D. Shear

A. Clockwise

B. anticlockwise

C. parallel

D. perpendicular

A. X=-Y

B. Y=-X

C. X=Y

D. X+Y=1

A. Scaling

B. Rotation

C. Translation

D. Shear

A. Scaling

B. Translation

C. Reflection

D. Both B&C

## If we multiply any matrix A with identity matrix then we get the…..matrix

A. Identity matrix

B. Translation matrix

C. Scaling matrix

D. Original matrix

A. X,Y

B. X,Y,Z

C. X,Y,W

D. Xw,Yw,w

## Two consecutive transformation t1 and t2 are…

B. Substractive

C. Multiplicative

D. None of these

D. None of these

## Two consecutive scaling transformation t1 and t2 are…

B. Substractive

C. Multiplicative

D. None of these

## After scaling a triangle having coordinates A(0,0),B(5,0),C(5,5)by 2 units inX and 3 units in Y direction the new coordinates will be …

A. A(0,0),B(10,0),C(10,15)

B. A(0,0),B(10,15),C(10,0)

C. A(0,0),B(0,10),C(15,10)

D. A(2,3),B(10,0),C(10,15)

## After performing Y-shear transformation we got A(2,5),B(4,11),C(2,7).If theconstant value is 2 then original coordinates will be…

A. A(2,5),B(4,11),C(2,7)

B. A(2,1),B(4,3),C(2,3)

C. A(4,1),B(10,3),C(4,3)

D. A(5,11),B(3,4),C(3,2)

## After rotating a triangle having A(0,0),B(6,0),C(3,3) by 90˚about origin inanticlockwise direction,thenresultin triangle will be…

A. A(0,0),B(3,-3),C(0,6)

B. A(0,0),B(-3,3),C(0,6)

C. A(0,0),B(0,-6),C(3,-3)

D. A(0,0),B(0,6),C(-3,3)

## The point (x,y) becomes (y,x) in…. transformation.

C. Reflection at line Y=X

A. Scaling

B. Rotation

C. Translation

D. None of these

## After performing X-shear on triangle having A(2,1),B(4,3)C(2,3) with theconstant value as 2,the resultant triangle will be

A. A(2,5),B(4,1),C(2,7)

B. A(10,3),B(4,5),C(4,1)

C. A(4,1),B(10,3),C(4,3)

D. A(5,2),B(4,11),C(7,2)

## If the resultant object is given along with the set of transformationsapplied on it, then to find the original object we have to use

A. Affine transformation

B. Reverse transformation

C. Normal transformation

D. Inverse transformation

## Two consecutive rotation transformation are always

B. Subtractive

C. Multiplicative

D. None of these

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

C. Not always

D. None of these

## A point (x,y) becomes (-x,y) in … transformation.

A. Reflection at X axis

B. Reflection at Y axis

C. Reflection at origin

A. (x+yb,xa+y)

B. (x+yb,y)

C. (x,xa+y)

D. None of these

## Reflection about X-axis followed by reflection about Y-axis is equivalent to

A. Reflection about line Y= X

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

C. Not always

D. none of these

A. Parabola

B. Hyperbola

C. Ellipse

D. Circle

A. Translation

B. Scaling

C. Rotation

D. Reflection

A. R(Q1+Q2)

B. R(Q1.Q2)

C. R(Q1-Q2)

D. R(Q1/Q2)

A. (x,-y)

B. (-x,-y)

C. (-x,y)

D. (y,x)

A. (x,-y)

B. (-y,-x)

C. (-x,y)

D. (y,x)

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

## In X-shear transformation point(x,y)becomes…

A. (x+yb,xa+y)

B. (x+yb,y)

C. (x,xa+y)

D. (None of these

A. (x,-y)

B. (-y,-x)

C. (-x,y)

D. (y,x)

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

C. Not always

D. None of these

A. (x,-y)

B. (-y,-x)

C. (-x,y)

D. (-y,x)

A. Scaling

B. Rotation

C. Translation

D. Reflection

## Which of the following statement is not correct with respect to homogeneous coordinates?

A. It is used to combine transformations

B. Each point is represented as (xw,yw,w)

C. It is used for representing translation in matrix form

D. Homogeneous coordinates are represented in 2*2 matrix form

A. 12

B. 21

C. 11

D. 22

A. 12

B. 21

C. 13

D. 31

A. Scaling

B. Rotation

C. Translation

D. Reflection

A. Scaling

B. Translation

C. Shear

D. Rotation

## If we need to tilt the height of the object keeping width same as originalobject then we have to use…transformations.

A. scaling in Y direction

B. Scaling

C. Y-shearing

D. X-shearing

A. Translation

B. Scaling

C. Y-shearing

D. X-shearing

## In Scaling transformation Sx Indicate….

A. Scaling factor along X axis

B. Translation factor along X axis

C. Tilting factor along X axis

D. None of these

## In translation transformation Ty indicates…

A. Scaling factor along Y direction

B. Translation factor along Y direction

C. Tilting factor along Y direction

D. None of these

## If the size of triangle needs to be doubled by keeping the center triangle atthe same position as that of original triangle. then we need to apply…transformation.

A. only scaling

B. only translation

C. Scaling and translation

D. Scaling and Rotation

## If we have applied scaling by 2 units in both directions and received finalcoordinates of the polygon, then to recover the original coordinates of thepolygon we have to apply scaling transformation with…

A. Sx=2, Sy=2

B. Sx=1/2, Sy=1/2

C. Sx=1/2, Sy=2

D. Sx=2, Sy=1/2

## If have the final coordinates of the polygen, then to recover the original coordinates of polygen we have to apply…

A. Scaling

B. Translation

C. Inverse transformation

D. N.O.T

## Which of the following transformation are needed if we want to scale theobject with respect to a point other than origin?

A. Scaling

B. Transformation

C. Both a and b

D. Rotation

A. (2,3)

B. (2,3,1)

C. (2,3,1)

D. (2,3,0)

## The transformation matrix is used for…

A. Reflection at X axis

B. Reflection at Y axis

C. Reflection at origin

D. Noneof these

## The transformation matrix is used for…

A. Reflection at X axis

B. Reflection at Y axis

C. Reflection at origin

D. Reflection at line Y=X

## The transformation matrix is used for…

A. Reflection at origin

B. Reflection at X axis

C. Reflection at Y axis

D. Reflection at the line Y=X

A. Scaling

B. Y-shear

C. X-shear

D. N.o.t

## If we rotate a triangle ABC having A(1,1), B(10,1), C(5,5) by 90 degree inanticlockwise direction then the ABC will become …

A. A(1,1), B(10,1), C(5,-5)

B. A(-1,1), B(-10,1), C(-5,5)

C. A(-1,1), B(-1,10), C(-5,5)

D. A(-1,1), B(-1,10), C(-5,-5)

## Find out final co-ordinate of a figure bounded by co-ordinate A(2,1), B(2,3),C(4,2), D(4,2) with scale factor Sx=Sy=3

a) A(6,3), B(6,9), C(6,12), and D(12,6)

B. A(6,3), B(6,9), C(6,12), and D

6,12)

C. A(6,3), B(6,9), C(12,6), and D(12,6)

D. A(6,3), B(9,6), C(12,6), and D(6,12)

## If we perform X shear on a triangle having A(2,1), B(4,3), C(2,3). Withconstant value as 2 then the new coordinate will be…

A. A(4,1), B(10,3), C(2,3)

B. A(4,1), B(10,3), C(4,3)

C. A(2,5), B(4,11), C(2,7)

D. A(2,5), B(4,11), C(7,2)

## If we perform Y shear on a triangle having A(2,1), B(4,3), C(2,3). Withconstant value as 2 then the new coordinate will be…

A. A(4,1), B(10,3), C(2,3)

B. A(4,1), B(10,3), C(4,3)

C. A(2,5), B(4,11), C(2,7)

D. A(2,5), B(4,11), C(7,2)

## If we rotate a triangle ABC having A(0,0), B(6,0) and C(3,3) by 90 degreeabout origin in anticlockwise direction then triangle ABC will become as…

A. A(0,0), B(0,6), C(-3,3)

B. A(0,0), B(6,0), C(-3,3)

C. A(0,0), B(0,6), C(3,-3)

D. A(0,0), B(6,0), C(3,-3)

## If we translate the square ABCD whose co-ordinate are A(0,0), B(3,0), C(3,3)and D(0,3) by 2 units in both directions then the new coordinates of ABCDwill be…

A. A(2,2) , B(3,2), C(5,5), D(0,5)

B. A(2,2) , B(5,2), C(5,5), D(2,5)

C. A(2,2) , B(5,2), C(3,3), D(2,5)

D. A(2,2) , B(3,2), C(5,5), D(2,5)

## If we scale the square ABCD whose co-ordinate are A(2,2), B(5,2), C(5,5),D(2,5) by 1.5 and 0.5 units in X and Y directions respectively then the newcoordinates of ABCD will be…

A. A(3,1) , B(7.5,1), C(7.5,5), D(3,5)

B. A(3,3) , B(7.5,3), C(7.5,7.5), D(3,7.5)

C. A(3,1) , B(7.5,1), C(7.5,2.5), D(3,2.5)

D. A(3,3) , B(5,3), C(5,7.5), D(3,7.5)

## If we scale a square ABCD with co-ordinate A(0,0), B(5,0), C(5,5) and D(0,5)by 2 units for x-direction and 3 units for y-directions, then the finalcoordinates will be…

A. A(0,0) , B(0,10), C(15,10) and D(15,0)

B. A(0,0) , B(10,0), C(10,15) and D(0,15)

C. A(0,0) , B(10,0), C(15,10) and D(0,15)

D. A(0,0) , B(10,0), C(15,10) and D(15,0)