Equation of median, altitude, perpendicular bisector (triangle) Quiz Welcome to your Equation of median, altitude, perpendicular bisector (triangle) Quiz Please click "Next" Determine the equation Determine the equation of the perpendicular bisector for the line segment with endpoints A (-2, 9) and B (8, 3) Determine the equation Given triangle ABC, with the coordinates of the vertices A (0,0), B (10,0) and C (2,12), determine the equation of the median from C. What is the area of the triangle? Find the area (in units squared) of the triangle with vertices A (3, 6), B (−7, 0) and C (5, −3) and an altitude from vertex B to base AC.The area of the triangle formula is Area = ½(base × altitude) HintYou need to determine the point of intersection of the altitude and the base. Then use the distance formula to find the length of the base and the length of the altitude. Then put those into the Area formula. Determine the equation What is the equation of the perpendicular bisector given the points K (-1, 4) and L (3, -2)? What does it mean when Two lines are perpendicular to each other their slopes are the same their slopes are negative reciprocals of each other their slopes are both equal to zero Time is Up! Time's up