Grade 10 Math
posted by Rebecca .
Verify that the vertices A(6.1),B(2,5),C(6,1) and D(2,4) are the vertices of a trapezoid. Does anyone know the steps to solve this? Thanks so much.

Grade 10 Math 
Damon
slope ab = 6/8 = 3/4
slope bc = 6/4 = 3/2
slope cd = 3/4 = 3/4
slope da = 3/8
note AB is parallel to CD 
Grade 10 Math 
Rebecca
thanks so much?
could you please tell me the formulas you used to get those answers? 
Grade 10 Math 
Rebecca
thanks so much!
could you please tell me the formulas you used to get those answers?
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