A. (8,8) and (10,10) B. (0,11) and (11,0) C. (-4,1) and (7,4) D. (-9,-11) and (2,5)

A. (8,8) and (10,10) B. (0,11) and (11,0) C. (-4,1) and (7,4) D. (-9,-11) and (2,5)

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