Intersection 3486

There is a point A [-2; -4] in the rectangular coordinate system and a point S [0; -2]. Determine the coordinates of points B, C, and D so that ABCD is a square and S is the intersection of their diagonals.

Correct answer:

b1 =  2
b2 =  -4
c1 =  2
c2 =  0
d1 =  -2
d2 =  0

Step-by-step explanation:

a1=2 a2=4 b1=(2)=2
b2=a2=(4)=4
c1=b1=2
c2=a22 (2)=(4)2 (2)=0
d1=a1=(2)=2
d2=c2=0



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