## College Algebra (10th Edition)

$(-3, 4)$
RECALL: The graph of an equation that is symmetric with respect to the origin has the following property: If the point $(a, b)$ is on the graph of the equation, the point $(-a, -b)$ is also on the graph of the equation. Thus, if the graph of an equation that is symmetric with respect to the y-axis contains the point $(3, -4)$, then its graph also contains the point $(-3, 4)$.