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jojo12g
 one year ago
Which best describes how to get from the origin to the point (–6, 9)?
A.
Move 6 units down, then 9 units to the right.
B.
Move 6 units to the left, then 9 units up.
C.
Move 6 units to the left, then 9 units down.
D.
Move 6 units down, then 9 units to the left.
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jojo12g
 one year ago
Which best describes how to get from the origin to the point (–6, 9)? A. Move 6 units down, then 9 units to the right. B. Move 6 units to the left, then 9 units up. C. Move 6 units to the left, then 9 units down. D. Move 6 units down, then 9 units to the left. http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1419500_1420000/1419524/1/d07450985c773374c3d7c05b8b3bf8d31274e6e2/FGA_130921_1614005.jpg

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0x goes left(negative) and right(positive), and y goes up(positive) and down(negative).

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0(6, +9) means left 6 and up 9.
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