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If quadrilateral BDMZ is a rhombus, which of the following ordered pairs could be a vertex? A.(1, 3) B.(1, 2) C.(2, 2) D.(2, 3) (i will post the photo in a sec)

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  2. Broken_Fixer
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    you can use that BD is a side of the rhombus and all sides must be same length

  3. Deadmau5
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    ooh, thnx, so that means that C is the answer

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  5. Broken_Fixer
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    hence D to B is 4 over 7 up so if you find 7 down 4 over from B you'll make a nice rhombus aligned vertically.

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    thnx man but i dont understand :(

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    is the answer b?

  8. Broken_Fixer
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    B:(1,2) is correct...|dw:1327258206940:dw|

  9. Broken_Fixer
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    because for any rhombus BDMZ, BDM is an isoceles triangle with BD = DM

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    thnks! i apreciate it

  11. Deadmau5
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    it was a :(

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