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Jason has listed the following conditions for Quadrilateral DEFG to be a kite. DEFG is definitely a kite if the diagonals are perpendicular. DEFG is definitely a kite if angle EFH is equal to GFH. DEFG is definitely a kite if DE ≅ DG. DEFG is definitely a kite if FE ≅ FG. DEFG is definitely a kite if the longer diagonal bisects the shorter one. DEFG is definitely a kite if angle DEF is equal to DGF. DEFG is definitely a kite if DE is not congruent to FE. Which conditions can be used together justify that DEFG is a kite? Conditions
I'm here, just thinking. There seem to be multiple options for this problem.
What I'm talking about, using conditions 1,5 would work, and using conditions 3,4 would work, and using conditions 2,6 would work.
A kite might have perpendicular diagonals, though
A kite must have perpendicular diagonals, and at least one of those diagonals must be bisected. So if we have perpendicular diagonals, and the shorter one is bisected, it must be a kite.
choices 1, 3, and 6 were wrong
I'll only bug you for two more problems
I believe its Conditions 3, 4, and 7 thats what I'm putting for mines!
I got it right!! ;D YAY!! whoop whoop!!! (: