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If L (-2, -5) reflected across y = -4. What are the coordinates of L?

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A reflection across the line y = -4 involves flipping the point across this line. To do that, you keep the x-coordinate the same and change the sign of the y-coordinate.
So for the point L(-2, -5), reflecting it across y = -4 would result in the new coordinates:
(-2, -5) reflected across y = -4 becomes (-2, -3).

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