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try plotting it
I forgot what equation we used to finde other points
well you dont really need an equation if you have plotted it
what does your graph look like?
I mean to find another point, I think I'm confusing it with a parabola. is it supposed to look like a parabola?
or a straight line?
I'm thinking since it has a vertex it's supposed to look like a parabola
a vertex of a square is a corner of the square
Ohhh I did not know that I'm sorry now I'm thinking of vertices ughhh okay so then it's just a straight line
Thats what mine currently resembles
can you draw a square with this point as a corner (vertex), and with sides all equal to three?
(there are lots of ways you could do this )
I'll try but I don't think mine will be accurate
let me see
are you going to choose the above point as: the top-left, top-right, bottom-left, or bottom right, corner of your square?
That's how I drew it
but that square has sides of length two, we want sides of length three!
oh! my bad
I think i fixed it lol
Good! So, what are the coordinates of the other vertices of the square now?
is one of them
(-3,3) is not |dw:1434177119461:dw|
oh never mind i meant -3, and 2
are these my possible answers?
yea, these are the three options for the square you chose
I think I did the wrong square DX
gosh darn it
I had to get coordinates (-4,0) (0,-1) (1,-1) (4,1) or (5,0)
but thank you you taught me how to do the problem :) I'm gonna try that graphing again
remember the coordinate pairs are (x,y), [right/left , then up/down]
I DID ITTTT!!!!!!!!!!
but I couldn'thave done it without thee so thank you lol @UnkleRhaukus
Also, if it's not too much of a problem, I've got another graphing question I could use some help on ! If not, it's totally cool! Thank you !
Nm false alarm!