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Describing Rotations

Describing Rotations 1.10 - Solution

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We have been given a diagram with a five pointed star. The lines drawn to its center divides the full rotation in five congruent angles. Knowing that a full rotation is we find that each angle has the measure

By rotating the star about its center will maps the star onto itself.

The same is true if we rotate the figure about the center.