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**harpazo** Given x = (-1, 4), y = (6, 2), and z = (4, -5), find the distance from x to y, y to z, and x to z. State whether the triangle is an

isosceles, right, neither, or both.

Let me see what is being asked here.

1. I must use the distance formula for points of the type

(x, y, z) three times to find the distance from x to y, y to z, and x to z, respectively.

2. I must then say if the triangle formed by the distances found in part 1 above describe an isosceles triangle, a right triangle, neither triangles or both triangles.

Is this right?