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# If \$(3,17)\$ and \$(9,-4)\$ are the coordinates of two opposite vertices of a rectangle

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If \$(3,17)\$ and \$(9,-4)\$ are the coordinates of two opposite vertices of a rectangle, what is the sum of the \$y\$-coordinates of the other two vertices?

Guest Nov 23, 2017

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The other two y coordinates are the same as the other ones, respectively.

3,17, so one of the y coordinate is 17

9, -4, so one of the y coordinate is -4

The sum of these two values is 13

I hope this helped, just check over my answer.

:)

supermanaccz  Nov 23, 2017
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#1
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The other two y coordinates are the same as the other ones, respectively.

3,17, so one of the y coordinate is 17

9, -4, so one of the y coordinate is -4

The sum of these two values is 13

I hope this helped, just check over my answer.

:)

supermanaccz  Nov 23, 2017

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