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Help c;

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- Vocaloid

point A goes 6 units above point C, and point B goes 6 units above point D

- anonymous

@DaBest21

- anonymous

i mean 2, -4 and 2,2?

- freckles

(2,-4) is D

- freckles

You are trying to make a rectangle not a triangle.

- freckles

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what does ? need to be so that the ? is 6 units from -4.

- freckles

By the way x=-4 is a vertical line any point that lays on that line has the same x-coordinate which is -4.
x=2 is a vertical line any point that lays on this line has the same x-coordinate which is 2.
y=-4 is a horizontal line any point that lays on this line has the same y-coordinate -4.
y=? is a horizontal line any point that lays on this line has the same y-coordinate ?.

- anonymous

A (3, -4) @freckles

- anonymous

B (3,2)

- freckles

so y=3 is 6 units from y=-4
I think that is 7 units not 6 units...

- freckles

oh wait you said (3,-4) and (3,2)
not (-4,3) and (2,3)

- anonymous

yes

- freckles

but where does the 3 come from

- freckles

|dw:1438015737568:dw|
By the way x=-4 is a vertical line any point that lays on that line has the same x-coordinate which is -4.
x=2 is a vertical line any point that lays on this line has the same x-coordinate which is 2.
y=-4 is a horizontal line any point that lays on this line has the same y-coordinate -4.
y=? is a horizontal line any point that lays on this line has the same y-coordinate ?.
did you understand any of this ?

- freckles

the x-coordinate is the first number
y-coordinate is the second number

- anonymous

No thats why im having trouble getting the answer..

- freckles

so you should already know ...|dw:1438015837212:dw|

- anonymous

(-4, 3) (2, 3)

- freckles

but 3 isn't 6 units from -4

- freckles

3 is 7 units from -4

- anonymous

(2,2)

- freckles

ok that is correct for B
you still need A.
if you are saying the ?=2 |dw:1438016241728:dw|
then any point lying on the horizontal line y=2 has the y-coordinate as 2
the second number is 2 for each pair laying on the line y=2

- anonymous

-4, 2

- anonymous

@freckles

- freckles

yes the y value is 2 since it is laying on the y=2 line
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- anonymous

A (-4,2) B (2,2)

- freckles

yes
A is (-4,2) because it is laying on the vertical line x=-4 and the horizontal line y=2
B is (2,2) because it is laying on the vertical line x=2 and the horizontal line y=2

- anonymous

Thanks so much @freckles Thank you @Vocaloid

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