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Which translation will change figure ABCD to figure A'B'C'D'?

Polygon ABCD is drawn in the 4th quadrant of a 6 by 6 grid. Point A is at the ordered pair 4, negative 2, point B is at the ordered pair 6, negative 4, point C is at the ordered pair 2, negative 5, and point D is at the ordered pair 2, negative 3. Polygon A prime B prime C prime and D prime is drawn in the 2nd quadrant. Point A prime is at the ordered pair negative 3, 3, point B prime is at the ordered pair negative 1, 1, point C prime is at the ordered pair negative 5, 0, and point D prime is at the ordered pair negative 5, 2.

7 units left and 6 units up
6 units left and 7 units up***
7 units left and 5 units up
5 units left and 7 units up

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  1. Nvm i found the answer
    its c

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  2. Yes, just beat me to it
    Like C goes up 5 and left 7

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    Damon
  3. 7 units up and left 5????

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