`\triangle ABC` is an isosceles triangle. If the coordinates of the base are `B\equiv(1, 3)` and `C\equiv(-2, 7)`, the c

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Q 3060867715.     `\triangle ABC` is an isosceles triangle. If the coordinates of the base are `B\equiv(1, 3)` and `C\equiv(-2, 7)`, the coordinates of vertex A can be

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A (1, 6)
B (- frac1 2, 5 )`
C `( frac5 6, 6 )`
D `(-7, frac1 8 )`

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