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A triangle has vertices A(0,2), B(3,7), C(0,6). Given that ABCD is a parallelogram, find i)coordinates of D

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  1. Well, first draw a picture

    now
    from A or C go right 3 so x = 3
    from B go down 4 or from A go up one
    so y = 3
    so
    D(3,3)

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