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When point B (5, -1) is rotated 180º about the origin, its coordinate becomes (-5, 1). True False

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  1. zbay
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    True http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+%285%2C-1%29+and+%28-5%2C1%29&a=*C.plot-_*PlotsWord-

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    Draw (5,-1) and then draw a circle that passes through (5,-1) with (0,0) as the origin. Using your picture, move halfway around the circle, 180 degrees, and we arrive at (-5, 1). TRUE!

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    thank you for explaining that!

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  4. EarthCitizen
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    true

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  5. hugsandkisses
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    thankyou

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  6. EarthCitizen
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    at (x,y) at 180 degree =(-x,-y)

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    180 degree is rotation is just reflection about the origin

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  8. FoolForMath
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    Think about odd functions ..

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