In the quadrilateral ABCD, the points of A and C are (-1,4) and (2,-1) respectively. The line CD is parallel to the line with equation x+4y+8=0 and D lies on the x-axis. The foot of the perpendicular...

In the quadrilateral ABCD, the points of A and C are (-1,4) and (2,-1) respectively. The line CD is parallel to the line with equation x+4y+8=0 and D lies on the x-axis. The foot of the perpendicular...

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Given a quadrilateral with the vertices (-8, 9), (-8, 5), (-2, 3), and (-2, 7), construct the transformation of the image (x, y) → (x + 9, y − 5).

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Given : 〉ABCD Prove: ∠D ≅ ∠B _D______________C | 1 /...

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what type of quadrilaterals has perpendicular sides.

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