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1. what are the coordinates of point f 1 point & how do you post a pichure?

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  1. Sorry, you can't post a picture here.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. You can not post pictures here like Ms. Sue said but on websites like brainly and open study you can post pictures with your questions. I hope this helps you! :)

    posted by That Would Be Enough

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