Drag Test: Example/Counterexample
- Aaron Dankman
1) Interact with the applet below. It provides an example of a shape that passes the drag test.
The square above can be moved and its sides can change length, but it remains a square. This square passes the "drag test" because it remains a square even if its vertices are dragged around.
2) Interact with the applet below. It provides an example of a square that does NOT pass the drag test.
3) Check for understanding: Interact with the applet, then respond to the question that follows.
Does the figure above pass the drag test or not?
Why or why not?