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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.
Miranda wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a parallelogram that is not a rhombus.”
slope of AB=(40)/(470)=4/3
slope of DC=(73)/(811)=4/3
slope of BC=(03)/(711)=3/4
slope of AD=(47)/(48)=3/4
Pete wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a rhombus.”
 2 years ago
Help please(: 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. Miranda wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a parallelogram that is not a rhombus.” slope of AB=(40)/(470)=4/3 slope of DC=(73)/(811)=4/3 slope of BC=(03)/(711)=3/4 slope of AD=(47)/(48)=3/4 Pete wrote the following statements to prove that, “ABCD is a rhombus.”

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iluvvyyhu
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0one sec im typing the rest sorry its really long x.x

iluvvyyhu
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0(petes statements) AB=sqrt((47)^2+(40)^2=sqrt(25)=5 BC=sqrt((711)^2+(03)^2=sqrt(25)=5 CD=sqrt((118)^2+(37)^2=sqrt(25)=5 DA=sqrt((84)^2+(74)^2=sqrt(25)=5

iluvvyyhu
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0:( and im supposed to prove which statement is correct
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