**Vertices of parallelogram question1 :**

Here we are going to see practice question on vertices of parallelogram.

(i) Find the length of all sides using distance between two points formula

(ii) In a parallelogram the midpoints of the diagonal will be equal.

(iii) If the given vertices satisfies one of the above conditions, then we can say the given points form a parallelogram.

**Question 1 :**

Examine whether the given points A (4,6) and B (7,7) and C (10,10) and D (7,9) forms a parallelogram.

**Solution :**

To show that the given points are collinear we need to find the distance between three points.

Distance Between Two Points (x ₁, y₁) and (x₂ , y₂)

**√(x₂ - x₁)² + (y₂ - y₁)²**

Four points are A (4,6) and B (7,7) and C (10,10) and D (7,9)

Distance between the points A and B

= **√(x₂ - x₁)² + (y₂ - y₁)²**

Here **x₁ = 4, y₁ = 6, x₂ = 7 and y₂ = 7**

** = **
√(7-4)² + (7-6)²

= ** **
√(3)² + (1)²

= ** **
√9 + 1

= √10 units

Distance between the points B and C = **√(x₂ - x₁)
² + (y₂ - y₁) ²**

Here **x₁ = 7, y₁ = 7, x₂ = 10 and y₂ = 10**

**= **
√(10-7)² + (10-7)²

= ** **
√(3)² + (3)²

= ** **
√9 + 9

= √18 units

Distance between the points C and D

= **√(x₂ - x₁)² + (y₂ - y₁)²**

Here **x₁ = 10, y₁ = 10, x₂ = 7 and y₂ = 9**

**= **
√(7-10)² + (9-10)²

= ** **
√(-3)² + (-1)²

= ** **
√9 + 1

= √10 units

Distance between the points D and A

= **√(x₂ - x₁)² + (y₂ - y₁)²**

Here **x₁ = 7, y₁ = 9, x₂ = 4 and y₂ = 6**

**= **
√(4-7)² + (6-9)²

= ** **
√(-3)² + (-3)²

= ** **
√9 + 9

= √18 units

AB = √10 units

BC = √18 units

CD = √10 units

DA = √18 units

Length of opposite sides are equal. So the given vertices forms a parallelogram.

(2) Examine whether the given points A (3,-5) and B (-5,-4) and C (7,10) and D (15,9) forms a parallelogram.

(3) Examine whether the given points A (-4,-3) and B (3,1) and C (3,6) and D (-4,2) forms a parallelogram.

(4) Examine whether the given points A (8,4) and B (1,3) and C (3,-1) and D (4,6) forms a parallelogram.

(5) Examine whether the given points A (5,8) and B (6,3) and C (3,1) and D (2,6) forms a parallelogram.

(6) Examine whether the given points A (6,1) and B (5,6) and C (-4,3) and D (-3,-2) forms a parallelogram.

(7) Examine whether the given points A (0,3) and B (4,4) and C (6,2) and D (2,1) forms a parallelogram.

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