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  1. anonymous
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    A rotation is shown in the drawing:

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  2. anonymous
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    Which statement best describes the rotation? Clockwise 90-degree rotation Clockwise 180-degree rotation Counterclockwise 90-degree rotation Counterclockwise 180-degree rotation

  3. blackfireskull
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    Counter Clockwise 180 degree rotation. because if it was 90 it wouldn't be like it is. the rotated figure would be off to the side. and it's not. it's vertical not perpendicular.

  4. anonymous
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    okay thanks

  5. blackfireskull
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    welcome :)

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