Let ρ:R²→R² be a nonidentity rotation about the point P. Describe geometrically the ρ -orbits on the set P of all points ofR². Does this explain why orbits are called orbits?

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- Nov 7th 2009, 09:21 PMapple2009orbit
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**R**²→**R**² be a nonidentity rotation about the point P. Describe geometrically the ρ -orbits on the set P of all points of**R**². Does this explain why orbits are called orbits? - Nov 8th 2009, 03:58 AMHallsofIvy