Let's say the center of a circle on a graph is (0,0), and the point at the circumference is (-7,24).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Do you think it is possible to find a point that is not on the lattice point using a 1 degree rotation?

^By that I mean if it is possible to do a 1 degree rotation of the point to find a nonlattice point.

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# Is a 1 degree rotation of a point possible?

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