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arivillafana
 one year ago
HELP NEEDED PRONTO PLEASE (:
A city grid of Anytown, USA is shown on the grid below. The fire department is represented by quadrilateral RSTU. Another fire department is opening in a different part of the city to maximize fire protection. The size of the new department's property must be congruent to the older department. Vertices A and B are plotted on the grid below to represent two vertices of the new fire department quadrilateral ABCD:
arivillafana
 one year ago
HELP NEEDED PRONTO PLEASE (: A city grid of Anytown, USA is shown on the grid below. The fire department is represented by quadrilateral RSTU. Another fire department is opening in a different part of the city to maximize fire protection. The size of the new department's property must be congruent to the older department. Vertices A and B are plotted on the grid below to represent two vertices of the new fire department quadrilateral ABCD:

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arivillafana
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0What could be the ordered pairs representing vertices C and D of quadrilateral ABCD so that the new fire department is congruent to the old fire department? C(1, −3), D(4, −3) C(1, −2), D(4, −2) C(1, −4), D(4, −4) C(1, −5), D(4, −5)

arivillafana
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Never mind, got the answer ! It was C(1, −5), D(4, −5) for anyone who needs it in the future lol
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