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Q: What is the area of a square whose vertices have the coordinates (36)(31)(-21)(-26)?

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I bilieve the answer is 16.

Without any equality signs none of the given terms can be classed as equations

A square pyramid consists of a square which is usually called its base. To each side of the square is attached a triangular face whose base is the same length as the side of the square, and such that the third (free) vertices of the triangles meet at an apex above the square.

A square is a plane (flat) shape whose boundaries are four straight lines of equal length such that these lines meet, in pairs, at four points (vertices). At these vertices they form angles of 90 degrees. The diagonals of the square are straight lines joining opposite vertices. These diagonals meet one another. The given statement means that the angles formed at the crossing points of the diagonals measure 90 degrees.

It is a square which is a regular 4 sided polygon

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A pyramid, whose base is a polygon with n sides, has n+1 vertices. Thus a triangular pyramid (tetrahedron) has 4 vertices, a quadrilateral (square or rectangular) pyramid has 5 vertices; etc.

If you mean vertices of: (-1, -1) (-1, 3) and (5, -1) then when plotted on the Cartesian plane it will form a right angle triangle with a base of 6 units and a height of 4 units. Area of triangle: 0.5*6*4 = 12 square units

I bilieve the answer is 16.

Without any equality signs none of the given terms can be classed as equations

Just calculate the length of the three sides using the distance formula, then compare which is largest.

A square pyramid consists of a square which is usually called its base. To each side of the square is attached a triangular face whose base is the same length as the side of the square, and such that the third (free) vertices of the triangles meet at an apex above the square.

A square is a plane (flat) shape whose boundaries are four straight lines of equal length such that these lines meet, in pairs, at four points (vertices). At these vertices they form angles of 90 degrees. The diagonals of the square are straight lines joining opposite vertices. These diagonals meet one another. The given statement means that the angles formed at the crossing points of the diagonals measure 90 degrees.

An inscribed polygon

triangle

A square and a rectangle are both quadrilaterals, all of whose vertices are right angles. A rectangle has two pair of sides of equal length with one pair being different from the other. A square has all four sides equal.

It is a square which is a regular 4 sided polygon

No.