The figure is to be rotated 1/2 turn about point P.
What will be the distance from point A to point A' in the rotated figure?
A.
4 units
B.
6 units
C.
8 units
D.
12 units
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- OregonDuck

let me guess 6th grade?

- anonymous

Yes.

- OregonDuck

ok btw the answer is C

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- OregonDuck

i am in 6th grade too

- anonymous

Oh, okie

- OregonDuck

but i have straight A's in math

- OregonDuck

do i get medal?

- OregonDuck

thxs

- anonymous

U're welcome

- anonymous

Hey, could u help me with another plz?

- OregonDuck

sure

- anonymous

Okie here it is:
The figure is to be rotated 1/4 turn about point P.
What will be the distance from point P to point B' in the rotated figure?
A.
5 units
B.
6 units
C.
7 units
D.
14 units
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- OregonDuck

it's A, 9 units. Just count from C to P, which will be the same length from P after rotation of 90 degrees. C'= C prime, the result of a translation, rotation, or reflection.

- anonymous

Oh! okie

- OregonDuck

if you want i can fan you so whenever you ask a question i can go and answer it for you

- anonymous

Sure

- OregonDuck

ok i did

- anonymous

Okie, can u help me with the last one?

- OregonDuck

sure i can help you with anything

- anonymous

The polygon ABCD was rotated 30° about point P as shown.
Which best describes this rotation?
A.
1/12 turn clockwise
B.
1/12 turn counterclockwise
C.
1/6 turn clockwise
D.
1/6 turn counterclockwise
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- OregonDuck

it is d

- OregonDuck

get it?

- anonymous

I ot a 40% on my test :(
I missed those 3. U sure u answered them correctly, or were u just guessing?

- OregonDuck

yes i answered them correctly i do not guess

- anonymous

Hmmm... :/

- anonymous

Strange

- OregonDuck

i do not guess if i have straight a's in math i work the problem out

- OregonDuck

math just comes easy to me so i am able to solve them fast

- anonymous

Math is easy. But not all the time.
I mean, we're doin algebra which is a bit hard.

- OregonDuck

not really because my sister is in 9th grade and in algebra 1 and she took a quiz yesterday and asked all the questions on openstudy and i answered them all and i got her a 50/50 on that test

- anonymous

wow

- OregonDuck

yup

- OregonDuck

that is why i am surprise when i went to public school they did not move me up a grade because i had the answer to the problem before my own teacher did

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