# What is the rule for rotating 90 degrees anticlockwise?

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## What is the rule for rotating 90 degrees anticlockwise?

How do you rotate a figure 90 degrees in anticlockwise direction on a graph? Rotation of point through 90° about the origin in anticlockwise direction when point M (h, k) is rotated about the origin O through 90° in anticlockwise direction. The new position of point M (h, k) will become M’ (-k, h).

## What is the transformation rule for a 90 degree rotation?

The rule for a rotation by 90° about the origin is (x,y)→(−y,x) .

## What happens when coordinates rotate 90 degrees?

90 Degree Rotation When rotating a point 90 degrees counterclockwise about the origin our point A(x,y) becomes A'(-y,x). In other words, switch x and y and make y negative.

## When to rotate point c 180 or counterclockwise?

And this process could be repeated if you wanted to rotation Point C 180 degrees or 270 degrees counterclockwise: Point C after a 180-degree rotation. Point C after a 270-degree rotation. This example should help you to visually understand the concept of counterclockwise geometry rotations.

## Which is 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise?

In this example, you have to rotate Point C positive 90 degrees, which is a one quarter turn counterclockwise. Point C lays in the 1st quadrant. To perform the 90-degree counterclockwise rotation, imagine rotating the entire quadrant one-quarter turn in a counterclockwise direction.

## Can you rotate the 4th quadrant in a clockwise direction?

Since the rotation is 90 degrees, you will rotating the point in a clockwise direction. Now imagine rotating the entire 4th quadrant one-quarter turn in a clockwise direction: Note the location of Point D’, the image of Point D after a -90-degree rotation.

## Which is an example of a 90 degree rotation?

Example 01: 90 Degrees Counterclockwise About the Origin Since 90 is positive, this will be a counterclockwise rotation. In this example, you have to rotate Point C positive 90 degrees, which is a one quarter turn counterclockwise. Point C lays in the 1st quadrant.