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Three vertices of a rectangle have coordinates (–2, 5), (–2,–3), and (4, –3).
What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex of the rectangle?
A.
(–4, 5)
B.
(5, –3)
C.
(4, 3)
D.
(4, 5)

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- anonymous

u need help still little man

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yep big man

- anonymous

im a a girl but lol

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- anonymous

lol

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give me a sec ok

- triciaal

opposite side are the same length
2 sets of same lengths

- anonymous

i thank its D but im not to sure

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think

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i will check

- anonymous

it is D

- anonymous

IM SURE

- anonymous

i put it on a graph dotted the points andn the one that was missing was (4,5)

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can u help me with 5 more

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sure

- mathmate

Since you have 5 more to do, there is a little trick that works sometimes:
If the rectangle has SIDES PARALLEL to the axes, AND
If the points are given in order, then there is an easy trick:|dw:1433170359815:dw|
You can cancel identical coordinates of ADJACENT points. What's left is the fourth vertex.

- triciaal

|dw:1433173889851:dw|

- anonymous

Three vertices of a rectangle are given. Find the coordinates of the fourth vertex.
(0, 5), (5, 0), (2, –3)
A.
(–3, 2)
B.
(2, –3)
C.
(3, 2)
D.
(3, –2)

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@jordanjamesbay
The previous trick will not work because the points are not parallel to the axes.
Use graphing as I and @triciaal have shown you before.
Do not wait for the answers, please do something on your own!

- triciaal

|dw:1433174188481:dw|

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