## anonymous one year ago what are the coordinates of the fourth point that could be connected with (–4, 7), (3, 7), and (3, –7) to form a rectangle? A. (–4, –7) B. (–3, 7) C. (–7, 4) D. (–7, –4)hat are the coordinates of the fourth point that could be connected with (–4, 7), (3, 7), and (3, –7) to form a rectangle? A. (–4, –7) B. (–3, 7) C. (–7, 4) D. (–7, –4)hat are the coordinates of the fourth point that could be connected with (–4, 7), (3, 7), and (3, –7) to form a rectangle? A. (–4, –7) B. (–3, 7) C. (–7, 4) D. (–7,-4)

1. triciaal

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2. Rhystic

so you are given three points with two sets of points being opposite of each other meaning the rectangle is not in a diagonal on the reference place. Thus the remaining set of points must be the opposite of the left over set of points in order to make straight lines.

3. anonymous

?

4. anonymous

sorry for posting it so many that was an accident and what am i supposed to do

5. triciaal

@Rhystic ? @mooniepie one approach is to plot the points and opposite sides are parallel and the same length

6. anonymous

so c

7. anonymous

or nah