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Is triangle TVS scalene, isosceles, or equilateral? The vertices are T(1, 1), V(9, 2), and S(5, 8).

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Measure the distance between the points and you will be able to make this determination. Are you familiar with the distance formula?
Not really.
\[d = \sqrt{(x _{2} - x _{1})^{2} + (y _{2} - y _{1})^{2}}\]

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Oh, so I just plug in the numbers where they go?
Yeah. Measure the distance from T to V. Then measure the distance from V to S. Finally, measure the distance from S to T. If you get three different distances, for example, you would say Scalene.
Because each distance corresponds to the measure of one side of the triangle.

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