4.1 examples - 1. A (2, 7), B (9, 3), C (6, –3) 2 . D...

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4.1 Examples Find the lengths of the sides of the polygon whose vertices are given. Give the most specific name for the polygon. 1. F (0, 1), G (6, –2), H (6, 4) 12. Q (–2, 1), R (1, 4), S (4, 1), T (1, –2) FG= QR= FG= QR= FG= QR= FG= QR= GH= RS= GH= RS= GH= RS= GH= RS= FH= ST= FH= ST= FH= ST= FH= ST= QT= QT= QT= QT=
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Find the coordinates of the midpoint of the segment with each given pair of endpoints. 3. A (1, –2), B(11, –2) 4. C (2, 5), D(8, 1)
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Name: Find the lengths of the sides of each polygon whose vertices are given. Give the most specific name for each polygon.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. A (2, 7), B (9, 3), C (6, –3) 2 . D (–1, –1), E (1, 4), F (3, 4), G (3, 2) 3. I (5, 6), J (5, 2), K (8, 2) 4 . W (–3, 4), X (3, 4), Y (3, 8), Z (–3, 8) Find the coordinates of the midpoint of the segment with each given pair of endpoints. 5. Q (5,5), R (–1, 2) 6 . S (–3, 8), T (0, 9) 7 . U (–4, –6), V (–4, 10) 8. W (1, –1), X (–1, 1) 9 . Y (7, 5), Z (–9, –3) 10 . A (–8, 5), B (16, –17) 11. C (5, –5), D (–8, –2) 12. E (1.3, 2.4), F (2.7, 3.6) 13. G (2.5, 6.9), H (4.7, 8.3)...
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4.1 examples - 1. A (2, 7), B (9, 3), C (6, –3) 2 . D...

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