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a graph shows vertices L and N of rhombus LMNO. which of the following ordered pairs represents a location for vertx M and vertex O that wiill not make rhombus LMNO?
A. (-2,-2) and (-6,-2)
B. (-2,-1) and (-6,-1)
C. (0,-2) and (-8,-2)
D. (-9,-2) and (1, -2)

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