Given that triangle has points, and , point can be moved along a certain line with points and remaining stationary, and the area of Δ will not change. What is the slope of that line?
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Area of a rectangle is always
The base and height will only always be the same (so the area is constant) for C, if C itself is only moving parallel to the line AB.
Draw a picture of ABC and move C around parallel to AB, you will see the base and height are always the same.
The area of a triangle, of course.
The base and height will only always be the same (so the area is constant) for C, if C itself is only moving parallel to the line AB.
Draw a picture of ABC and move C around parallel to AB, you will see the base and height are always the same.