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Using a coordinate proof, try to prove this question: prove that the diagonals of a kite are perpendicular

Put the kite down so that the top and bottom are on the y axis.

Slide the kite up or down so that the points on the side are on the x axis.

I believe this makes the x-axis and y-axis be the diagonals of a kite.

It is known that the axis are perpendicular.

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