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mathguy80 Hi,
This is a rotation transform problem, that I am struggling with.
The vertices of Triangle ABC are A(1,1), B(2, 2), and C(0,3). The vertices of Triangle A1B1C1 are A1(-2, 2), B1(-3,3), and C1(-4, 1). Describe fully the single transformation which maps Triangle ABC onto A1B1C1.
I can make out that it is a rotation of 90 degrees anti-clockwise. But what is the center of the rotation. How do you find the center of rotation for such transformations where the center is not origin. Thanks for your help!
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