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The line Y = X/2 is drawn on a rectangular axis system. If

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The line Y = X/2 is drawn on a rectangular axis system. If the line is rotated, on which quadrant will he be found?

(1) The rotation is done counter clockwise.

(2) The line is rotated 270 degrees.
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The line Y = X/2 is drawn on a rectangular axis system. If the line is rotated, on which quadrant will he be found?

(1) The rotation is done counter clockwise.

(2) The line is rotated 270 degrees.


Ans) B.
Y=x/2 passes through first and third quadrant.

A rotation of 270 degrees in any (clockwise/anticlockwise) will make it pass through second and fourth quadrant
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OA is C for this.....So is it wrong?
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New post 20 Jun 2008, 08:21
Did you copy the question correctly? I see "If the line is rotated, on which quadrant will he be found?" Does it say something about a specific point. If it is a point on the line then yes the direction matters, but if it is just the position of the full line then yes B is sufficient.
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