Algebra 1
posted by Anonymous .
Find three points that satisfy the following conditions.
The xcoordinate and the ycoordinate are additive inverses of each other.
Any help or clues would be very much appreciated.

an additive inverse of a number is simply its opposite
e.g. the additive inverse of 5 is 5
so an example of your case would be
(4,4) , the x is the additive inverse of the y
You pick any other two.
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