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What translation rule can be used to describe the result of the composition of (x, y) (x – 9, y – 2) and (x, y) (x + 1, y – 2)

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    are you saying,
    (x,y) ---> (x-9,y-2) is followed by (x,y)-->(x+1,y-2) ?

    then (x,y) ---> (x-8, y-4)

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