Question

# A square has vertices (0, 0), (1, 0), and (0, 1). Find the fourth

vertex.

Hint:

### Use the properties of a square.

## The correct answer is: So we get that D =(1,1)

**Complete step by step sol**

Here we have ABCD as the square.

Now, AB = 1

(Since ABCD is a square)

And, AC = 1

(Since ABCD is a square)

So we get that D =(1,1)

Here we have ABCD as the square.

Now, AB = 1

(Since ABCD is a square)

And, AC = 1

(Since ABCD is a square)

So we get that D =(1,1)

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