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Prove that quadrilateral abcd with the vertices a (2,1), b (1,3), c (-5,0) d (-4,-2) is a rectangle. graph the rectangle and then use appropriate formulas to justify / prove your answer.


Prove that quadrilateral abcd with the vertices a (2,1), b (1,3), c (-5,0) d (-4,-2) is a rectangle.

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