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Which transformations could have been used to move the platter to the new location? A. a translation 9 units left and a translation 3 units down B. a reflection across MN and a translation 4 units left C. a reflection across MN and a translation 8 units left D. a rotation 180° clockwise about N and a translation 4 units left

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Which transformations could have been used to move the platter to the new location? A. a translation 9 units left and a translation 3 units down B. a reflection across MN and a translation 4 units left C. a reflection across MN and a translation 8 units left D. a rotation 180° clockwise about N and a translation 4 units left

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