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For parallelogram ABCD, A(0, 0), B(a, b), and D(c, 0) are three of its vertices. Find the coordinates of C in terms of a, b, c. (c, b) (a + c, b) (a, b + c)

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    u can look at this question in a variety of ways...

  3. anonymous
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    Okay? Can you please help me solve it?

  4. anonymous
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    yh...

  5. anonymous
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    do u know about slopes?

  6. anonymous
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    y=mx=b

  7. anonymous
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    becuz it wud be easy that way...

  8. anonymous
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    yeah...so here ...ba, cd have equal slope...

  9. anonymous
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    and ad, bc have equal slopes

  10. anonymous
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    and to help you, slope of anyline is= (x2-x1)/(y2-y1)

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    So would it be (a,b + c) ?

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