The line represented by the equation \(y = -2 x + 6\) is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment \(AB.\) If \(A\)

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The line represented by the equation \(y = -2 x + 6\) is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment \(AB.\) If \(A\) has the coordinates \((7,2),\) what are the coordinates for \(B?\)

A. \((-2, -1)\)
B. \((-1, -2)\)
C. \((-2, 1)\)
D. \((-1, 2)\)
E. \((7, 2)\)

Answer: B

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