Which of the following are the coordinates of the vertices of the following rectangle with base b and height h?

a. o(0,0),w(0,b), t(h, b), s(h,0)
b. o(0,0), w(b,0), t(b, h), s(0,h)
c. o(0,0), w(0,b), t(b, h), s(h,0)
d. o(0,0), w(b,0), t(h, b), s(0,h)


Which of the following are the coordinates of the vertices of the following rectangle with base b an

Answers

It’s the first answer because if you think about it as coordinations and replace the “a” with 1 , it’s saying O(0,0), S(1,0), T(1,1) and W(0,1). And it’s figured out using simple coordination techniques

The first option: O(0,0) , S(0,a) , T(a,a) , W(a,0)

Step-by-step explanation:

Point O : is the intersection between x-axis and y-axis ⇒ (0,0)

Point W : is falling over the x-axis, OW = length of the square = a ⇒ (a,0)

Point S : is falling over the y-axis, OS = length of the square = a ⇒ (0,a)

Point T : WT = a and SW = a ⇒ (a,a)

Option 2. is the right answer.

Step-by-step explanation:

In the given question we have to find the coordinates of O, W, Y, S.

Length of OW = YS = b and length of YW = OS = h

For Point O

Since point O is the origin then it's coordinates will be (0, 0).

For point W

Length of OW = b at x axis and length on y axis is 0. Then the coordinates will be (b, 0)

For point Y

Length of WY on y axis = h and length of SY on x axis = OW = b

Therefore coordinates of Y will be (b, h).

For point S

Length of OS on y axis = h and x axis is 0.Therefore the coordinates will be (0, h)

Therefore Option 2 is the right answer.

It’s B)..

Step-by-step explanation:

B 0(0,0), W (0,b), T (b,h), S (0,h)

Step-by-step explanation:



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