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hich statement about a kite and trapezoid is true? Answer A trapezoid is similar to a kite because both have one pair of parallel opposite sides. A trapezoid is similar to a kite because both have two pairs of opposite sides parallel. A trapezoid is different from a kite because it does not have any pair of parallel sides. A trapezoid is different from a kite because it does not have diagonals that intersect at right angles.

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  1. cbrusoe
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    i think its the 3rd option

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  2. Thatsmeh
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    Well a Trapezoid|dw:1338392894240:dw| has One pair of parallel sides

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    And do we have like a picture of the kite because kites come in ALL shapes and sizes

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  4. cbrusoe
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    no unfortunately not =/ that's why i needed some help with this question cuz i know trapeziods and kites can look different.

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  5. Thatsmeh
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    I See well lets base it off a standard kite like this one |dw:1338393368548:dw|

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    alright

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    It Cannot be #1 because this kite has NO parallel sides t cannot be #2 Because the kite has NO parallel sides and the trapezoid has only one pair of parallel sides I guess it can't be #4 because neither the kite or trapezoid has any right angles so i guess you are right with three

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    Does this help?

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  9. cbrusoe
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    yes it does thank-you! =)

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  10. Thatsmeh
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    Np

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