What is rotation, Computer Graphics

What is rotation? 

A 2-D rotation is completed by repositioning the coordinates with a circular path, in the x-y plane by making an angle with the axes. The transformation is given by:

X = r cos (q + f) and Y = r sin (q + f). 

 

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