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  • one year ago

what is the image of C for a 90 counterclockwise rotation about A? Picture included

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Future_Einstein
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    the cordinates are -1,3 for point c

  3. Future_Einstein
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    fan or medal?

  4. anonymous
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    For the rotation?

  5. anonymous
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    I dont particularly want the answer, I do, but I would also like to know how you got that for future reference

  6. Future_Einstein
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    ok. :D

  7. Future_Einstein
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    so, you count the number of units from A to C. Then you go ninety degrees clockwise and count the same number of units from A. and that will be were C is. Then you see what the cordinates are.

  8. anonymous
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    So the correct answer actually is (-1,3) ?

  9. Future_Einstein
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    ohhh its counterclockwise sorry than do it counterclockwise. And NO its not

  10. Future_Einstein
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    i did clockwise so i could see if you could do counterclock wise

  11. Future_Einstein
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    so... how many units is it from A to C?

  12. anonymous
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    Uhm, crap. There are 4 units from a to c

  13. Future_Einstein
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    correct.

  14. Future_Einstein
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    now, go counterclockwise 90 degrees

  15. anonymous
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    would it be 7,3?

  16. Future_Einstein
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    Correct

  17. Future_Einstein
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    Good Job!

  18. anonymous
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    Woah youre kidding. I just used like intuitive reasoning to see that from the graph they gave me. Right the hell on man

  19. anonymous
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    Thanks for your help[: Fan and medal for ya!

  20. Future_Einstein
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    are you on an online assesment

  21. anonymous
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    Yea pretty much

  22. Future_Einstein
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    did you get a 100?

  23. anonymous
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    Not sure yet actually. Im on like question 20 of 35 for this test haha. I shall definately post an update to let you know [x

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