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Given Quadrilateral ABCD and the points A(-2,6), B(4,6), C(4,-3) and D(-2,-3). What are the lengths of each side, and what is the most specific name for this polygon.

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looks like a 6x9 rectangle to me

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Determine whether ABCD is a reactangle given each set of vertices. Justify your answer.

1. A(-3,1), B(-3,3), C(3,3), D(3,1)

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