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ANY HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!! The kitchen in Tina’s house is a square. The points P(6, -1) and Q(0, 3) represent the opposite vertices of her kitchen in a drawing on a coordinate grid. Which of these ordered pairs could be a third vertex? (5, 5) (3, 6) (1, -1) (1, -2)

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  1. Hope_nicole
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    graph those two points

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    |dw:1363317202878:dw|

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  3. Bobufet3883
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    ok

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  4. Hope_nicole
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    so how would you make that a square?

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    |dw:1363317292334:dw|

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    that wouldnt make a square.

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  7. Bobufet3883
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    true you have it

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    the point has to be a vertice which means where the two lines meet. so it is one of the two with the arrows pointing to them :)

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    3,6

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    b

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    hmm, i guess it would be 3,6.. sorry :/

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    |dw:1363317552337:dw|

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  13. Hope_nicole
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    oh, good catch!

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  14. Bobufet3883
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    thats what i was trying earlier

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    the answer is not a couse because you have to go over before you go up 6,3 not up 3 over 6

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    i dont know what the answer is???????????????????????????

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    @Callisto @wio

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