1. When a point A is rotated around center of rotation P, it moves along a circular path. The location of point A after being rotated depends on the amount of rotation.

For example, if A is rotated ¼ of the circular path around P, it arrives at the location of point C in the picture below:

A new point A’ is rotated 360 degrees (all the way) around center of rotation P. Draw its path of rotation:

2. If line segment [[{"fid":"293","view_mode":"default","type":"media","attributes":{"height":20,"width":26,"class":"media-element file-default"}}]] is rotated around center of rotation P, which of the three line segments, *j, k*, and *l*, could represent how [[{"fid":"293","view_mode":"default","type":"media","attributes":{"height":20,"width":26,"class":"media-element file-default"}}]] will look as it is being rotated?

3. The quadrilateral on the left, below, is a rotation of the quadrilateral on the right. Find the center of rotation. Explain how you know it is the center of rotation.