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In the figure above, RS = ST, and the coordinates of S are (k,3). What

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In the figure above, RS = ST, and the coordinates of S are (k,3). What is the value of k?

(A) –3
(B) √3
(C) 0
(D) √3
(E) 3

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How the answer could be E? Since S is in II Quadrant so x coordinate must be negative. I think it should be A.
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In the figure above, RS = ST, and the coordinates of S are (k,3). What is the value of k?

(A) –3
(B) √3
(C) 0
(D) √3
(E) 3

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Vertex S is in Quadrant II, where x is negative and y is positive.

S coordinates: (k, 3)
\(k\) is the x-coordinate.
\(k\) (x-coordinate) must be negative.

Only one choice meets that condition: Answer A.
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