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  1. anonymous
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    Figure ABCDE has vertices A(−2, 3), B(2, 3), C(5, −2), D(0, −4), and E(−2, −2). Plot the points on your own coordinate grid and connect the points in alphabetical order. Decompose Figure ABCDE into rectangles and triangles. Part A: How many triangles and rectangles did you make? Part B: Use Figure ABCDE created on your coordinate grid to find the lengths, in units, of Sides AB and AE. Part C: What is the area of Figure ABCDE? Show your work.

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    @Michele_Laino

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    @undeadknight26

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    @DanJS

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    what did you do so far?

  6. anonymous
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    nothing i tried but im confused on the questions.

  7. DanJS
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    Each of those points, ordered pairs; is a location on the coordinate plane... (x,y) A(-2,3) means the x coordinate is -2 and the y coordinate is 3. That is a unique location in the plane...

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    move 2 units left along the x axis, then 3 units straight up

  9. anonymous
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    -2,3 @DanJS

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