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Describing Rotations

Describing Rotations 1.1 - Solution

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First, we draw a segment between any of the vertices of ABC\triangle ABC and point P.P. We will start with A.A.

Using a protractor, we draw a ray that makes an angle of 3030^\circ with PA\overline{PA}

Next, using a ruler or compass, we place a point along the ray so that PA=PA.PA=PA'.

Repeating this procedure for the rest of the vertices, we can draw ABC.\triangle A'B'C'.

Finally, we'll remove all unnecessary lines.