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a square ABCD has the following coordinates
it reflected over the yaxis
what are the coordinates of A,B,C and D?
A)a(1,4)b(4,4)c(4,1)and d(1,1)
B)a(4,1)b(4,4)c(1,4)and d(1,1)
c)a(1,4)b(4,4)c(4,1)and d(1,1)
d)none of these
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