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Triangle ABC has vertices A(0,4),B(1,2),and C(4,6). Determine whether triangle ABC is a right triangle.Explain.

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    take the slopes of lines AB, AC, and BC.

    Are any of those 3 slopes opposite reciprocals of each other?

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