Step: 1

A type of transformation or movement that results when a geometric figure is turned about a fixed point is called rotation.

Step: 2

Draw a line from A to P.

Step: 3

Use protractor to measure 230° angle with side AP in counter clockwise direction.

Step: 4

Figure 3 makes an angles of 230° with the line AP.

Step: 5

Therefore Figure 3 is the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Figure 3

Step: 1

Place protractor on the line extending from center of the wheel to the point marked 4.

Step: 2

Measure the angle between point marked 4 and point marked 6 extended from the center of the wheel.

Step: 3

The angle is 120°.

Correct Answer is : 120°

Step: 1

A type of transformation or movement that results when a geometric figure is turned about a fixed point

Step: 2

Turn the number 6 with respect to the point to get number 9.

Step: 3

Measure the angle between the numbers.

[Use protractor.]

Step: 4

The number 6 should be turned to 180° to get number 9.

Correct Answer is : 180°

Step: 1

A type of transformation or movement, that results when a geometric figure is turned about a fixed point is called rotation.

Step: 2

Measure the angle between ON and LOW in clockwise direction.

Step: 3

The angle between them is 90°.

Step: 4

The knob should be turned 90° to LOW the machine.

Correct Answer is : 90°

Step: 1

A type of transformation or movement, that results when a geometric figure is turned about a fixed point is called rotation.

Step: 2

Use protractor to measure the angle of rotation.

Step: 3

Figure 2 is rotated to 45°.

Step: 4

So, Figure 2 is the answer.

Correct Answer is : Figure 2

Step: 1

A rotation is a transformation that turns the figure about a fixed point.

Step: 2

Using protractor measure the angle of rotation in clockwise direction.

Step: 3

Figure 1 is rotated to 45° about the point P

Step: 4

So, Figure 1 is the answer.

Correct Answer is : Figure 1

Step: 1

When we rotate the given figure in anti-clockwise through an angle of 180° we obtain Graph 4.

Correct Answer is : Graph 3

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