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Ashely14

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Three vertices of a rectangle are given. Find the coordinates of the fourth vertex. (–3, –3), (7, –3), (7, 2) A. (2, –3) B. (3, 2) C. (3, –2) D. (–3, 2)

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  1. Ashely14
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    will give medal and fan

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    @Shalante

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    @zepdrix could you help me again plz

  4. zepdrix
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    Do you understand how to draw it? c: I think that was helpful last time.

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    it was verry helpful last time but i dont know how to draw it

  6. zepdrix
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    Our coordinates move like this: \(\large\rm (right/left,\quad up/down)\) If the first number is positive, we move to the right. If it's negative, we move to the left. If the second number is positive, we move up. If it's negative, we move down.

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    ok

  8. zepdrix
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    So for the first coordinate \(\rm (-3,-3)\quad=\quad (\leftarrow3, \downarrow3)\)

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    |dw:1442537386997:dw|

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    |dw:1442537469739:dw|So there's our first point.

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    k

  12. zepdrix
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    |dw:1442537531996:dw|The next coordinate \(\rm (7,-3)\) is telling me to go \(\rm (\rightarrow7, \downarrow3)\)

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    How bout the third point, where we going to put that one? :)

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    |dw:1442537791893:dw|

  15. zepdrix
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    Ah very close! :) (7,2) means we move `right 7` and `2 up`.

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    oh you put 2 dots lol

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    xD

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    |dw:1442537898080:dw|

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    |dw:1442537939625:dw|So that's telling us that our last point should be located somewhere around here, ya?

  20. zepdrix
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    So which option makes the most sense?

  21. Ashely14
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    D.

  22. zepdrix
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    yay good job \c:/

  23. Ashely14
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    thanks @zepdrix

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