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What shape is created if you connect the following points: (1,1), (5,1),(7,3), and (3,3)?

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  1. a triangle is the shape cerated

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  2. Well, it is certainly not a triangle.

    If you reorder the points a bit, it should be clear:

       (3,3),(7,3)
    (1,1),(5,1)

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  3. A square, I beileve.

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