﻿ The extremities of the diagonal of a square are (1, 1), (–2, –1). Obtain the other two vertices and the equation of the other diagonal.   : Kaysons Education

# The Extremities Of The Diagonal Of A Square Are (1, 1), (–2, –1). Obtain The Other Two Vertices And The Equation Of The Other Diagonal.

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Correct option is

6x + 4+ 3 = 0

(By special corollary (ii))

Now in âˆ†AEB, (EA = EB

Hence equation of other diagonal BD is

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