   Chapter B, Problem 16E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

# Show that A(1, 1), B(11, 3), C(10, 8), and D(0, 6) are vertices of a rectangle.

To determine

To show: The given points forms a rectangle.

Explanation

Given:

The points are A(1,1),B(11,3),C(10,8) and D(0,6).

Proof:

Find the slope of each line. The slope of AB is,

mAB=31111=210=15

The slope of BC is,

mBC=831011

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