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A shape has to rotated by a multiple of 90 degrees.
On a raster, a shape is shown. A point is indicated with a cross. The shapes has to be rotated clockwise around the point by 90, 180 or 240 degrees.
The number of problems can be chosen, and the complexity of the shape can be selected from three levels:
1 - very simple and regular shape
2 - not regulary shaped form
3 - complex shape
It can be specified whether the pivot point may be inside the shape. The raster can be chosen to be fine with 0.5cm or coarse with 1cm spacing. The size of the given raster can be chosen from three options:
exact fit - the original and rotated shaped both fit barely on the raster
loose fit - both the original and rotated shape fit on the raster. Plus at least 75 percent of space is provided for other rotation options
full rotation - the raster provides enough space to rotate the shape by 90, 180 and 240 degrees.
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|Number of problems||1, 2, 3|
|Max Shape complexity||1, 2, 3|
|Point may be inside the shape||Yes, No|
|Raster size||exact fit, loose fit, full rotation|