Rotate Command

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Rotate[Point, Angle]
Rotates the point by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[Vector, Angle]
Rotates the vector by the angle around the starting point of the vector.
Rotate[Line, Angle]
Rotates the line by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[Conic, Angle]
Rotates the conic section by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[Polygon, Angle]
Rotates the polygon by the angle around the axis origin.
Note: New vertices and segments are created as well.
Rotate[Image, Angle]
Rotates the image by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[Point A, Angle, Point B]
Rotates point A by the angle around point B.
Rotate[Line, Angle, Point]
Rotates the line by the angle around the point.
Rotate[Vector, Angle, Point]
Rotates the vector by the angle around the point.
Rotate[Conic, Angle, Point]
Rotates the conic section by the angle around the point.
Rotate[Polygon, Angle, Point]
Rotates the polygon by the angle around the point.
Note: New vertices and segments are created as well.
Rotate[Image, Angle, Point]
Rotates the image by the angle around the point.

Note: Also see tool Rotate Object around Point by Angle.

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