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# In the figure above, the coordinates of point T are

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In the figure above, the coordinates of point T are

(A) (– 4, – 3)
(B) (– 4, 3)
(C) (–3, – 4)
(D) (– 3, 4)
(E) (3, – 4)

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07 Jan 2018, 08:09
Bunuel wrote:

In the figure above, the coordinates of point T are

(A) (– 4, – 3)
(B) (– 4, 3)
(C) (–3, – 4)
(D) (– 3, 4)
(E) (3, – 4)

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2017-12-14_0811.png

As we can see, the point T is 3 units below x-axis and point T is 4 units to the left of y-axis. So y-coordinate of point T will be -3 and x-coordinate of point T will be -4.

Thus point T is (-4,-3). Hence A answer
Re: In the figure above, the coordinates of point T are   [#permalink] 07 Jan 2018, 08:09
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