anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help! 2.) a. If you rotate an object 180 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise, using the same center, is the image the same in both cases? Explain. b. Answer part (a) if you rotate the object 360 degrees.
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lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
it depends..if the object has rotational symmetry then it is the same in both cases
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think they are the same for it only ask for the likeness of the image
anonymous
  • anonymous
no it does not depend, it is the same, because any rotation by half of a turn will result the same whereas it goes in one direction or the other in the end you arrive at the same point

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anonymous
  • anonymous
in part b, yes. it doesn't matter where the center of rotation is.
anonymous
  • anonymous
b.) I completely get because I am just spinning it around back to it's original location, it was a.) that was realling throwing me off
anonymous
  • anonymous
really**
anonymous
  • anonymous
in A.) i think figure coinci|dw:1332825107719:dw|de
anonymous
  • anonymous
figures coincide if they are of the same center. .
lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
imagine rotating this |-------> it's image is different when rotated clockwise and counter-clockwise coz it does not have rotational symmetry...however this figure has rotational symmetry: <----->
anonymous
  • anonymous
no in fact it is the same as long as it is 180 or 360 or any other multiple of 180 degrees
anonymous
  • anonymous
I keep putting things into the Paint Program and all of them look the same to me including |--->
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is plain obvious, it has nothing to do with symmetry or any more complex, it a simple property of dimensions
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you! I just needed some additional help to make sure I wasn't going crazy!

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