Q. 12 E

# The sides of rectangle ABCD are parallel to the co-ordinates axes. Co – ordinate of B and D are (7, 3) and (2, 6). Let us write the co – ordinate of A and C and mid-point of diagonal AC.

Since, the sides are parallel to the co-ordinates axes –

the next coordinate can be determined by adding the distance between the two point s.

Or, the other co-ordinates can easily be found by interchanging abscissa of one with other and ordinate of one with another, which will make it –

C(2, 3), since its abscissa should be same as D and ordinate as B.

Similarly, A(7, 6), since its abscissa should be same as B and ordinate as D.

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