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abc is an isosceles traiangle where ab=ac if the coordinates of the vertics of the base are b(1,3) and c(-2,7) then the coordinates of the vertex A can be

abc is an isosceles traiangle where ab=ac if the coordinates of the vertics of the base are b(1,3) and c(-2,7) then the coordinates of the vertex A can be


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Navjyot Kalra
askIITians Faculty 654 Points
9 years ago

There are infinite possibilities. Consider A=(x,y) and find out cartesian lengths of AB and AC and equate the two. You will get the equation of the perpendicular bisector of BC. Any point lying on this line satisfies the requirements of the question.

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