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Prove that the points A(0,4) B(3,1) C(2,4) and D(5,1) are vertices of a rectangle and find its perimeter.
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alfers101 Group Title
Prove that the points A(0,4) B(3,1) C(2,4) and D(5,1) are vertices of a rectangle and find its perimeter.
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The points form a rectangle if the segments created by those points satisfy the properties of a rectangle
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hmm. what do u think is the formula?
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Pythagorean Theorem
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And P = 2l + 2w
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Find the slope of the line forming by two points. they must be parallel
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That is for the proving part.
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First find the equations forming by two points
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1. Prove that it is a parallelogram 2. Prove that the diagonals bisect each other 3. Prove that opposite sides are congruent. 3. If a figure is a parallelogram, and if its opposite sides are congruent, and if its diagonals bisect each other, then that figure must be a rectangle.
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