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In the graph below, no axes or origin is shown. If point B's coordinates are (10,3), which of the following coordinates would most likely be A's?

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A. (17, -2)
B. (10, 6)
C. (6, 8)
D. (-10, 3)
E. (-2, -17)
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Re: In the graph below, no axes or origin is shown [#permalink] New post 06 Nov 2012, 21:34
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In the graph below, no axes or origin is shown. If point B's coordinates are (10,3), which of the following coordinates would most likely be A's?

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A. (17, -2)
B. (10, 6)
C. (6, 8)
D. (-10, 3)
E. (-2, -17)


wherever be the axis as per question y coordinate of point A will be greater than 3 and X coordinate will be lower than 10.
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