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Three vertices of a square are (–2, 2), (–2, –3), and (3, –3). What is the fourth vertex of the square? A. (–3, 2) B. (–2, 3) C. (3, 2) D. (3, 4)

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  1. kanwal32
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    find it using section formula

  2. kanwal32
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    making all sides equal

  3. anonymous
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    ok

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1433172320085:dw|

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    now what?

  6. kanwal32
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    let me solve

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. kanwal32
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    |dw:1433172366448:dw|

  9. kanwal32
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    using symmetry and u can verify by taking section formula all sides are equal

  10. kanwal32
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    @jordanjamesbay is it fine

  11. anonymous
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    ya

  12. anonymous
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    you can also find it by applying distance formula

  13. kanwal32
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    or making diagnols equal

  14. kanwal32
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    distance formula is section formula

  15. anonymous
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    ya right

  16. anonymous
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    so...

  17. anonymous
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    HELP........ LOL

  18. anonymous
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    Well, the way i would figure this out is quite simple. No formulas or anything. Plot the points on a coordinate plane. The, we know all sides of a square are supposed to be equal. So, you should be able to easily see the next point that will make the square equal on all sides. And, you can go back and count the squares to be sure there equal if needed.

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