Q: What is the image of point -1 -2 if the rotation is 90º?

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The answer depends on the centre of rotation. A rotation cannot be described without specifying the centre of rotation.

The coords are (6, 1).

It is (6, 1).

It is 1/4 of a turn

90 degrees is a 1/4 of a full rotation of 360 degrees

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The answer will depend on whether the rotation is clockwise or counterclockwise.

The answer depends on the centre of rotation. A rotation cannot be described without specifying the centre of rotation.

It is (-1, 6).

(-1, -4) rotated 90 degrees anticlockwise

That depends upon the centre of rotation - it can be any point at all in the plane; eg: If the centre is (-1, -2), then after the rotation (-1, -2) → (-1, -2) If the centre is (-0, 0), then after the rotation: (-1, -2) → (2, -1) If the centre is (1, 2), then after the rotation: (-1, -2) → (5, 0) etc.

The coords are (6, 1).

It is (-6, -1).

It is (6, 1).

It is 1/4 of a turn

90 degrees is a 1/4 of a full rotation of 360 degrees

It is (-1, 6).Also, if the rotation is 180 degrees, then clockwise or anticlockwise are irrelevant.It is (-1, 6).

180 rotation