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8-69.

On graph paper, graph the shape that has coordinates $\left(−2, −1\right)$, $\left(1, 2\right)$, and $\left(−2, 3\right)$.

1. Predict the coordinates of the shape after it is translated three units to the right and one unit down. Check your prediction on the graph.

2. Dilate the original shape by multiplying both the $x$ and $y$‑coordinates by $2$.

3. Reflect the original shape over the $y$axis. What are the new coordinates?

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