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#### Monoxdifly

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- Aug 6, 2015

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a. (3, -4)

b. (6, -4)

c. (6, -8)

d. (-6, -4)

e. (-6, -8)

I already eliminated option c and e since based on the coefficient of y in the equation, the ordinate of the center must be -4. However, I don't know how to determine the abscissa since we need to determine the value of p first, in which we need to substitute the value of x and y while the only info I have is y = 0. How should I do this?