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show that the points A(-4,2) B(1,4) C(3,-1) D(-2,-3) are verticies of a square.
please show me how to solve this type of math problem.

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    compute the side lengths and slopes.

    If the sides are all equal, and the slopes are parallel, it's a square.

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