Answer the questions and complete the following problems about transformations. 1. In a rotation of a set of points, what geometric structure defines the motion of points?

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Answer the questions and complete the following problems about transformations. 1. In a rotation of a set of points, what geometric structure defines the motion of points?

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Answered 2021-02-22 Author has 14065 answers
The geometric shape is a portion of a circle or a circular arc.
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