Theory:

Translational symmetry:
A symmetry is said to be translational when an object moves along a definite direction without a change in its orientation.
The movement can be horizontal and vertical.
 
The change in movement can be denoted using arrows.
 
Rightward movement: \(→\)
 
Leftward movement: \(←\)
 
Upward movement: \(↑\)
 
Downward movement: \(↓\)
 
 
Let us look at the following example:
 
Translate the following to \(5→\) and \(2↓\).
 
1(7) Ресурс 1.png
 
Let us analyze the image given above in detail.
 
1. The image \(A'B'C'\) of the pre-image \(ABC\) is moved to its right by \(5\) units.
 
d1 Ресурс 1.png
 
2. The image is now further moved downwards by \(2\) units.
 
d2 Ресурс 1.svg