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Point L on the grid represents the position of a camera used by an ecologist to study the behavior of lions. The ecologist set up another camera 3 units directly to the right of L. What are the coordinates of the position of the second camera? (-4, 1) (1, -4) (-4, 3) (1, -1)

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"3 units directly to the right" can be found by adding 3 to the x-coordinate of the initial point, so you must first be able to identify the initial point. That is done by ascertaining the x-coordinate and the y-coordinate. The x-coordinate is found by seeing how many units to the right or left of the y-axis (vertical line where x=0) the point is. The y-coordinate is found by seeing how many units above or below the x-axis (horizontal line where y=0) the point is.
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So which one is it, I'm lost?

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