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In the figure above, the three diameters divide the circle into six eq

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In the figure above, the three diameters divide the circle into six equal regions. If the circle is rotated 120° in a clockwise direction in its plane, which of the following represents the resulting circle?

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In the figure above, the three diameters divide the circle into six equal regions. If the circle is rotated 120° in a clockwise direction in its plane, which of the following represents the resulting circle?

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The semicircle is 180°, divided already into 60° segments.

A clockwise rotation of 120° = right edge of the arrow sector moves one arc length (of 60° central angle) two times (60°*2=120°).

That puts the arrow sector where the dot sector is, which is the picture in

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Figure in option D is the correct representation after turning original figure by two sectors of 60 degrees each.

Hence, Ans D

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