## Introductory Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

$(3, -1)$
From $(0, 1)$, if we move down $2$ units, We are moving in the negative direction on the $y$ axis, which means we are subtracting $2$ from the $y$ coordinate, putting us at $-1$. If we move $3$ units to the right, that means we are moving in the positive direction on the $x$ axis; therefore, we are adding $3$ to the $x$ coordinate, bringing us to $3$. Therefore, we are at $(3, -1)$.