anonymous
  • anonymous
Three vertices of a rectangle are (–2, 1), (–2, –3), and (4, –3). What are the coordinates of the fourth corner point of the rectangle? A. (–2, 4) B. (–3, 4) C. (4, 1) D. (4, 3)
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  • benlindquist
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xMissAlyCatx
  • xMissAlyCatx
If you look at the points that you already have, there is a pattern! The first two both have a -2 in the x value spot.. Now on the third point you can see that it has a 4, so we know that the 4th point will have a 4 as an x-value.. Now if you look at your y-values, you have 1 and -3... the third point ALSO has -3, so you can conclude that the y-value will be 1.. therefore (4, 1)! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
The fourth quadrant has negative x values and positive y values.

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