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Q: The point about which a figure is rotated?

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Point of rotation

The least angle at which the figure may be rotated to coincide with itself is the angle of symmetry.

A point or a line segment can be a preimage of itself because a line can be reflected or rotated.

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If it's an *equilateral* triangle, a triangle. Check out quadrilaterals (squares, rectangles), then *equilateral* pentagons, hexagons, etc. Generally, an equilateral polygon needs only rotate (360/number of sides) degrees to coincide.

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Point of rotation

It is called a rotation.

When u rotated a figure 180 is the reflection the same

well if you rotated it upside down then it would be a face with a uni brow.

A figure can be rotated through any angle of your choice.

Rotation Symmetry La Simetria de Rotation Symetrie de Rotation

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The least angle at which the figure may be rotated to coincide with itself is the angle of symmetry.

Rotational symmetry refers to symmetry of the figure when it is rotated about a single point in the same plane. Lines of symmetry apply to reflections. You do not have lines of rotational symmetry.

If it says rotated it's true If it says reflected it is false

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