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ABCD is a rectangle, where A, B, and C are the points (3,4), (1,K), and (4,-3) respectively.

Find the two possible values of K.

Anybody know how to solve this? Its probably something really basic, but I cant figure out how to work out K, I presume you have to get a quadraritic or something.

Regards.
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ABCD is a rectangle, where A, B, and C are the points (3,4), (1,K), and (4,-3) respectively.

Find the two possible values of K.

Anybody know how to solve this? Its probably something really basic, but I cant figure out how to work out K, I presume you have to get a quadraritic or something.

Regards.
since these triangles will form a pythagorus theorem, u can find the distances and get the answer ......
find the lenght of all the three sides first !!!
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since these triangles will form a pythagorus theorem, u can find the distances and get the answer ......
find the lenght of all the three sides first !!!
Ahhh, thank you.
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ABCD is a rectangle, where A, B, and C are the points (3,4), (1,K), and (4,-3) respectively.

Find the two possible values of K.

Anybody know how to solve this? Its probably something really basic, but I cant figure out how to work out K, I presume you have to get a quadraritic or something.

Regards.
Um, possibly 3 or -4, not entirely sure, just drew a quick picture on the back of an envelope!
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Um, possibly 3 or -4, not entirely sure, just drew a quick picture on the back of an envelope!
What did you actually draw?
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Ahhh, thank you.
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cool
I am actually trying to do this, but what should the end result be?
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k=3
k=-2
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