Posted by **Justine** on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 11:34pm.

Which shows the proper coordinate notation for a rotation that is 180 degrees clockwise about the origin

A. (3,6)->(6,3)

B. (3,6)->(-3,6)

c. (3,6)->(6,-3)

D. (3,6)->(-3,-6)

HELP please? Thanks

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