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Rotation, Reflection, And Translation.

What is the image of the point (2, 4) after it has been rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise about the origin?
a) (4, 2)
b) (4, -2)
c) (-2, 4)
d) (-4, 2)

What is the image of the point (6, -3) after a 90 degrees clockwise rotation about the origin?
a) (-3, 6)
b) (3, -6)
c) (-3, -6)
d) (-6, 3)

If A(3, -6) is rotated to give A (-6, -3), which is the rule used to make this rotation?
a) (-y, -x)
b) (x, -y)
c) (y, -x)
d) (-y, x)

What preimage is rotated counterclockwise 270 degrees to give (2, -9)?
a) (9, -2)
b) (9, 2)
c) (2, 9)
d) (-2, 9)

What is the image created after a counterclockwise rotation of 270 degrees of point (-3, 5)?
a) (5, 3)
b) (-5, -3)
c) (3, 5)
d) (-3, 5)

What is the image of the point (-5, 10) after it has been rotated 270 degrees clockwise about the origin?
a) (-10, -5)
b) (10, -5)
c) (-5, -10)
d) (10, 5)

If A(3, -6) is rotated to give A (-6, -3), what is the degree of rotation?
a) Clockwise 90 and counterclockwise 270
b) Counterclockwise 90 and clockwise 270
c) Clockwise 180 and counterclockwise 180
d) none of the above

A transformation is described by f(x, y) = (-y, x). What would be the preimage of (6, -2)?
a) (2, -6)
b) (-2, -6)
c) (-6, -2)
d) (-6, 2)

A transformation is described by f(x, y) = (-y, x). What is the image of (5, 2) after performing the rotation?
a) (2, 5)
b) (-2, 5))
c) (5, -2)
d) (-5, 2)

A transformation is described by f(x, y) = (-y, x). What degree is this rotation? Hmm... you should probably check your notes.
a) Clockwise 90 and counterclockwise 270
b) Counterclockwise 90 and clockwise 270
c) Clockwise 180 and counterclockwise 180
d)

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