- Tue Nov 22, 2011 9:13 am
- Forum: Geometry
- Topic: prove the given condition
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you are maybe right, but I didi not mean that, i.e. I had to put this exercise in the Linear Algebra section. The thing is that in this case we have to use a formula, describing a distance between to points. let's say if we have two points M1(x1,y1) and M2(x2,y2). and you have to use a distance form...

- Mon Nov 21, 2011 1:01 pm
- Forum: Geometry
- Topic: prove the given condition
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Hello everybody. I am now reading a russian book on high-maths from beginning and have an exercise for you:

prove that the triangle with its summits P(-2,-1), Q(6,1) and R(3,4) is right-angle.

have a luck:)

prove that the triangle with its summits P(-2,-1), Q(6,1) and R(3,4) is right-angle.

have a luck:)