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Kaylana67
 3 years ago
For the parallelogram, find coordinates for P without using any new variables.
(1 point)
(a – c, c)
(c, a)
(a + c, b)
(c, b)
Kaylana67
 3 years ago
For the parallelogram, find coordinates for P without using any new variables. (1 point) (a – c, c) (c, a) (a + c, b) (c, b)

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 3 years ago
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 3 years ago
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