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Is a square a parallelogram?
How many squares are in this picture?
I have two names, i can make a good tiling pattern. I am symmetrical in 2 ways, all my corners are the same size and 2 pairs of equal sides what am i?
Can a trapezoid have four obtuse angles? Explain?
What shape is number : 3, 4, and 7
How to explain why a trapezoid is a quadrilateral but a quadrilateral is not always a trapezoid
In a parallelogram, one angle is 9 times the size of another. Find the measures of the angles.
What is the range of possible values for x?
Kevin claims he can draw a trapezoid with three right angles. Is this possible? Explain.
Quadrilaterals are squares
Which statements are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. All rectangles are parallelograms. B. All squares are rectangles. C. All squares are rhombuses. D. All rhombuses are trapezoids.
Why is a square always a rectangle but a rectangle is not always a square
Is it possible for a trapezoid to have 3 right angles
Select all that apply A square is a quadrilateral parallelogram rectangle rhombus
A road sign is in the shape of a regular pentagon. What are the measure of each angle on the sign
has vertices J(3, –1), K(4, –4), and L(1, –3). Determine if is an equilateral, isosceles, or scalene triangle. A. equilateral B. isosceles C. scalene D. none of these
Can a quadrilateral have 4 obese angles.
Which statement is sometimes, but not always, true? A. A parallelogram is a rhombus. B. A rhombus is a quadrilateral. C. A trapezoid is a square. D. A square is a rectangle.
Which figure must be a trapezoid? A. a quadrilateral with no congruent angles B. a quadrilateral with no congruent sides C. a quadrilateral with no right angles D. a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
The square shown below in Figure 1 has side length 24 cm. It is divided into four congruent quadrilaterals and rearranged to form the square in Figure 2. The square in the center of Figure 2 has side length 10 cm. What is the side length of the larger square in Figure 2?
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