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John draws a square on a coordinate plane. Then, he draws an image of the square 3 units to the right of the original square. What is true about the corresponding sides of the original figure and the image?

A.
The corresponding sides are skew.

B.
The corresponding sides intersect at one point.

C.
The corresponding sides intersect at an infinite number of points.

D.
The corresponding sides are parallel.

My answer is D

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