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that1chick

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A (4, 4), B (7, 0), C (11, 3), and D (8, 7) are four points on the coordinate grid. Miranda and Pete joined the points using straight lines to draw a quadrilateral ABCD. Which statement is correct? Pete is correct because all the four sides of the quadrilateral ABCD are equal, therefore it is a rhombus. Miranda is incorrect because she has used incorrect formula to calculate the slope of the lines. Pete is incorrect because he has used incorrect formula to find the distance between the points of the segments. Miranda is correct because the slope of AB is equal to DC and

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    Miranda wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a parallelogram that is not a rhombus.”

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    Pete wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a rhombus.”

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