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11-50.

Multiple Choice: $ΔABC$ is defined by points $A(3, 2)$, $B(4, 9)$, and $C(6, 7)$. Which triangle below is the image of $ΔABC$ when it is rotated $90°$ counter-clockwise (↺) about the origin?

1. $A^\prime(−2, 3), B^\prime(−9, 4), C^\prime(−7, 6)$

1. $A^\prime(−3, 2), B^\prime(−4, 9), C^\prime(−6, 7)$

1. $A^\prime(−2, 3), B^\prime(−7, 6), C^\prime(−9, 4)$

1. $A^\prime(2, −3), B^\prime(9, −4), C^\prime(7, −6)$

1. none of these

The original coordinates of point $A$ were $(3, 2)$. How are the coordinates of point $A'$ related to point $A$?

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