Posted by **Witty** on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 10:57pm.

geometry- On the coordinate plane, draw a rectangle ABCD with vertices at A (1,4), B(5,4), C(5,1) and D (1,1). Then graph and describe the new rectangle formed when you subtact 3 from each coordinate of the vertices in rectangle ABCD.

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