anonymous
  • anonymous
The coordinate axes contain two sides of a square ABCD. If A(0, a) and B(0, 0) are two vertices of the square: State the coordinates of the other two vertices so that all coordinates are greater than 0: C and D... Please help. Also if u get the answer please show me how u got it.
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katieb
  • katieb
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dumbcow
  • dumbcow
not quite sure what they mean by greater than 0 i think C(a,0) and D(a,a)
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay.... But how did u get that?
dumbcow
  • dumbcow
its a square so all sides are same length (a) so C needs to be on x-axis (a) length away from B D needs to be length(a) away from both A and C

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anonymous
  • anonymous
oh.. Okay..Thank you...

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