Just a coordinate geometry question that has been evading me for a while. I've tried my best but come up short. Any help will be appreciated

Just a coordinate geometry question that has been evading me for a while. I've tried my best but come up short. Any help will be appreciated

I need help with this question for Homework do soon

Plot and connect the points A(3,1), B(5,3), C(2,5), D(-1,5), E(-4,3), F(-2,1), and find the length of FA. A. 2 units B. 5 units C. 3 units D. 4 units

Can you show me a way to do this without using graph?

Is there a way to solve this problem without using graph?

I don't know how to solve this without using graph.

I don't know how to solve this without using a graph

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The ans given is isosceles.maybe there must be a small correction in question.so can anyone post the correct question so that ans is isosceles

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Solve stepwise and easy way Grade -9 concept Coordinate geometry