What type of triangle is formed by joining the points D(7,3), E(8,1), and F(4,-1)?

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What type of triangle is formed by joining the points D(7,3), E(8,1), and F(4,-1)?

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why dont you graph it out?
I did but I don't know the difference between a scalene or isosceles triangle.
It is an isosceles triangle

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Thank you
no problem
No way
its not iscosceles
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so if you find all the distances by distance formula, then 2 must be equivalent
I won't work it out in whole now tho'
i'm afraid not. the lengths are 5, sqrt20 and sqrt5
(√20)²+(√5)²=5² is true:)
and now it is simple.....
but that doesnt make it isosceles
Yes, for sure not... .
none of sides are equal so it is for sure not isosceles.
i get it isosceless :))
you're a funny man
no, because I thought that you thought that I thought that it is isosceles.
lol
now you've really confused the hell out of me :)
anyway over to you angelica
no, because I thought\(\huge ,\) that you thought\(\huge,\) that I thought\(\huge,\) I that it is isosceles.
anyway, not an English class here.... gl
Im so confused now lol
the sum of the squares of two sides equals the square of the third. what type of triangle has this property?

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