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The figure is to be rotated 1/4 turn about point P. What will be the distance from point P to point A' in the rotated figure? A. 5 units B. 6 units C. 10 units D. 12 units http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1419500_1420000/1419553/1/6517e2dda3bd6acba40cb1be9db65c599f3e54a5/FGA_130921_1614034.jpg

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  5. logan13
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    wut u think

  6. anonymous
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    Yup, it's B

  7. mathmate
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    @Music_me Do you know why?

  8. anonymous
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    I think so. Sorry I took long on the response. I have lag

  9. mathmate
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    When you rotate any figure around point P, the points lie on a circle with centre P. That means that all points remain at the same distance from the centre of rotation, no matter what the rotation is.|dw:1433257677300:dw| @Music_me

  10. anonymous
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    Oh okie

  11. anonymous
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    So, counting diagonally from A to P will be 6 units, or something like that, rite?

  12. logan13
    • one year ago
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    yep

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