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@VlPatton ey come here
As in co-ordinates?
Use distance formula right?
Depends if that's all the information they gave you.
according to @VlPatton that is all
This is multiple choice or what?
If that's all they gave you then the distance formula will give you you're answer. It only varies if they give you a graph of chart.
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/distform.htm If you're not too familiar, it explains about the formula here.
Ok i know purplemath
I would have worked it out myself for you, but I'm currently at work and I can only help with things off the top of my head, or that I can work out quickly on a notepad.
Yes I am planning to work it out for Patton here. I just wanted to confirm that i need to use Distance formula
subtract, square, add, then sqrt ...
God that is crappy
ok the square root part
I got 4.1
that isnt one of my answer choices D:
but i keep getting the same answer when i check it over
ahh this sucks!
I know this is strange. Are you sure that texbook is right?
Let me try a different question
If i do it correctly I will know for sure something is wrong
I'm not sure, that question came out of my semester test. I printed it off so I could get all the answers before I take the test :p
I have experienced test errors myself
ok give me another question
If I get this one and the choice is there then you know something is wrong with this one
Sarah is creating a drawing for a school art contest. She has drawn a parallelogram JKLM. If the figure has congruent diagonals, what types of parallelogram could she have drawn? A: Rectangle or rhombus B: Rectangle or square C: Rhombus or square D: Rectangle or rhombus or square
lol totally different but lets see..
thank you lol
It can be a isosceles trapezoid, a rectangle or a square
So the answer is B
thank you! wanna help any more? lol
You must also thank Lord Google
hold on just a min lol
Jesus christ why did i have to do this mistake?
Remember the first question? I used the co-ordinates the wrong way omg
ook hold on
sorry false alarm its the same deal
oh well lol i picked 3. it was the closest to what you got
dont you have a question similar to that?
no my friend just did the rest of my test for me lol thanks for the help
faster that way
And you're welcome