we usually use "er" in these types of sentences, "du har rett" is just an exception to the rule. saying "du er rett" would literally mean "you are straight", as in not crooked, straight as a ruler. its the same with you are wrong which becomes "du tar feil", not "du er feil" (saying this would mean there is something wrong with you)
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