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    The line segments are translated 2 units to the left to form A'B' and C'D'. Which statement describes A'B' and C'D'? Line segments A'B' and C'D' do not intersect and are closer together than AB and CD. Line segments A'B' and C'D' intersect at (−2, 0) and are two times farther apart than AB and CD. Line segments A'B' and C'D' intersect at (0, −2) and are two times closer together than AB and CD. Line segments A'B' and C'D' do not intersect and are the same distance apart as AB and CD.

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    lol no

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    @texaschic101 @undeadknight26 @Hero @ganeshie8

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    have no clue sorry

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