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Point A is located at (3, 4) and is rotated 180° about the origin. The location of point A’ is (4, 3). True False When Point E (-2, -5) is rotated 270° counterclockwise about the origin, it becomes (-5, 2). True False

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    - you can see that 180 rotation brings the point to the negative part of the axes so do you think (4,3) is correct?

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  5. anonymous
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    first is true ...

  6. welshfella
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    how can it be true? - the coordinates are negative

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    what sign are the coordinates (4,3)?

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    A' has coordinates (-3,-4) first one is FALSE

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  11. anonymous
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    so second one is true

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