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http://gyazo.com/2787ca3ca620af066010322bb7912ae5 I want to say this is isosceles because of the -10 but the other part isn't the same so would it be scalene. here are the options. right isosceles scalene equilateral

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use the distance formula which says that distance between two points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) is\[\sqrt{(x2-x1)^2+(y2-y1)^2}\]
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But there is 3 parts how would I use the distance formula for that?

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so AC=AB but not =BC SO ISOSCELES:)
Ah thank you so much for explaining it. I did it myself when you showed the first part. I was confused didn't know I used the distance formula too.
no prob sometime it just happened:)

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