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the coordinates of triangle KLM are
K(-2,-5), L(0,1), M(6,-2)
What type of triangle is KLM?

A) obtuse isosceles
B) acute scalene
C) right isosceles
D) right scalene

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Find the length of each of the 3 sides using the formula you must have learned to find the length of a line if given the 2 endpoints.

Then knowing the definitions of each of the choices, pick the correct answer.

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