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zeecho

  • 2 years ago

.Karen plotted the route of a city tour bus on a coordinate grid. It shows the route as a quadrilateral with vertices at (2, 5), (4, 9), (8, 7), and (6, 3). Which statement about the bus route is true? Answer It is a square of side length 2 times square root of 5 units. It is a square of side length 2 units. It is a rectangle of width 2 units and length 4 units. It is a rectangle of width 2 times square root of 5 units and length 4 times square root of 5 units.

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  1. GT
    • 2 years ago
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    Same idea. Caculate four distances of four sides using distance formula. Then, the answer will be clear.

  2. GT
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    Or, plot on a coordinate graph and see what shape the points form.

  3. zeecho
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    its a square. but i dont understand the first two answer choices

  4. GT
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    Side length = 2 or 2*SQRT(5)?

  5. GT
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  6. zeecho
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    yes, i dont really understand it

  7. GT
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    Distance between: (2, 5), (4, 9) IS for example: SQRT(16+4) = SQRT(20) = SQRT(4) * SQRT(5) = 2 * SQRT(5)

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