# Rectangular 75334

In the rectangular coordinate system, find the images of points A[-3; 2] and B[4; -5] in central symmetry according to point O[0; 0].

A. A'[3; 2], B'l-4; -5]

C. A'[-3; -2], B'[4; 5]

B. A'[-3; -2], B'[-4; 5]

D. A'[3; -2], B'[-4; 5]

A. A'[3; 2], B'l-4; -5]

C. A'[-3; -2], B'[4; 5]

B. A'[-3; -2], B'[-4; 5]

D. A'[3; -2], B'[-4; 5]

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