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Mathematics, 07.03.2019 17:17



match the pre-image, and its clockwise rotation, with the coordinates of its image.
(5, -2)
(5, 2); 90°
.
(2, -5)
(5, 2); 180°
.
(2, 5)
(5, 2); 270°
.
(-5, 2)
(-5, 2); 90°
.
(-2, 5)
(-5, 2); 180°
.
(-2, -5)
(-5, 2); 270°
.
(5, 2)
(-2, 5); 90°
.
(-5, -2)
(5, -2); 180

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