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Find the measures of the angles between the diago-nals of the rectangle whose vertices are A = (1, 0), B = (0, 3), C = (3, 4), and D = (4, 1).

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The given vertices of the rectangle is A = (1,0), B = (0,3), C = (3,4), and...

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