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The vertices of a triangle are A(–2, 2), B(9, 0), and C(1, –4). If the triangle is a right triangle, which vertex is the right angle? A. A B. B C. C D. none, it is not a right triangle
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User: The vertices of a triangle are A(–2, 2), B(9, 0), and C(1, –4). If the triangle is a right triangle, which vertex is the right angle? A. A B. B C. C D. none, it is not a right triangle

User: Line a and line b are parallel. Which is a true statement about the lines? A. the lines contain the same points B. the lines have the same y-intercept C. the lines have the same graph D. the lines have the same slope

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Line a and line b are parallel. The true statement about the line is: the lines have the same slope.
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