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Q: What is the algebraic rule for a figure that is rotated 270 clockwise about the origin?

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No, only their positions will change.

y = 20x is symmetric about the origin. (If you rotate it around the origin, it will look the same before it is rotated 360 degrees).

The best way is this:Draw a line from the point closest to the origin to the actual origin. Rotate the line however many degrees you are told, whichever way you are told. After you have the point closest to the origin rotated, you can either rotate the other points the same way or just draw them in based on where the other point lies.Another way, sort of the cheater way, is to just take a piece of tracing paper and trace the figure onto it. Hold it down by pressing your pencil on the tracing paper where the origin is, and rotating it however many degrees, whichever way you are told.This is for ROTATE. To reflect just use the opposite signs on the coordinates.

the center of the figure at the origin

The coords are (6, 1).

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To rotate a figure 180 degrees clockwise about the origin you need to take all of the coordinates of the figure and change the sign of the x-coordinates to the opposite sign(positive to negative or negative to positive). You then do the same with the y-coordinates and plot the resulting coordinates to get your rotated figure.

To rotate a figure 90 degrees clockwise about the origin, simply swap the x and y coordinates of each point and then negate the new y-coordinate. This is equivalent to reflecting the figure over the line y = x and then over the y-axis.

Visualize a capital "N." Rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise (a quarter turn to the left) it would look like a capital "Z."

Move it 3 times* * * * *or once in the anti-clockwise direction.

That would depend on its original coordinates and in which direction clockwise or anti clockwise of which information has not been given.

You dont, its just 90 degrees 3 times..

No, only their positions will change.

To rotate a figure 180 degrees clockwise, you can achieve this by first reflecting the figure over the y-axis and then reflecting it over the x-axis. This double reflection effectively rotates the figure 180 degrees clockwise around the origin.

The point with coordinates (p, q) will be rotated to the point with coordinates [(p - q)/sqrt(2), (p + q)/sqrt(2)].

the word algebraic is arabic.

Rotating it about the origin 180° (either way, it's half a turn) will transform a point with coordinates (x, y) to that with coordinates (-x, -y) Thus (2, 5) → (-2, -5)

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