anonymous
  • anonymous
Please helpp The endpoints of one diagonal of a rhombus are (0, -8) and (8, -4). If the coordinates of the 3rd vertex are (1, 0), what are the coordinates of the 4th vertex? (7, -12) (7, -8) (-8, -4) (-4, -12)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You can most easily do this by getting the midpoint of the given diagonal. Once you get that, it will also be the midpoint of the other diagonal. You can use that to get the 4th vertex. (7, -12)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you I understand now (:
anonymous
  • anonymous
uw! Thx for the recognition and good luck in all of your studies! @love_jessika15

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Same to you (:

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