Q: Can a trapezoid rotate 90 degrees onto itself?

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A trapezoid

A square.

I dOnt now

square. rotate a square and it's still looks the same rotate a trap and you can tell it's on its side

no it cannot

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A trapezoid

A square.

I dOnt now

It is 180 degrees.

square. rotate a square and it's still looks the same rotate a trap and you can tell it's on its side

60 degrees

Rotate 360 degrees

With 4 equally spaced blades on a fan, you can rotate the fan onto itself with a minimum of 90 degrees. Each blade will align with the next blade at a quarter turn, which corresponds to 90 degrees.

180°

60 degrees. You find this by taking 360 and dividing by the total sides (6) which leaves you with the degrees of the exterior angles, this exterior angle is how little you can rotate any polygon for that matter.

reflect across the x-axis and then reflect again over the x-axis

no it cannot