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The vertices of a triangle are P(–8, 1), Q(–6, –8), and R(4, –3). Name the vertices of the image reflected across the xaxis.

a point (x,y) reflected about the xaxis becomes (x,y).
so, for example, (9,4) > (9,4)
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