Posted by **Anonymous** on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 5:47pm.

Which is a rule that describes the translation of a point form (4, –8) to (7, –10)?

A.(x,y)--->(x+34,y-2)

B.(x,y)--->(x+34,y+2)

C.(x,y)--->(x-34,y-2)

D.(x,y)--->(x-34,y+2)

My answer:B

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