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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

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  1. luisz
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    tips?

  3. luisz
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    k

  4. luisz
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    you there?

  5. KingGeorge
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    I'm here, just thinking. There seem to be multiple options for this problem.

  6. luisz
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    Conditions 1 and 6

  7. luisz
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    is that right?

  8. luisz
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    yep

  9. KingGeorge
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    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.

  10. luisz
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    A kite might have perpendicular diagonals, though

  11. luisz
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    yep

  12. KingGeorge
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    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.

  13. luisz
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    so choice 1 and 6

  14. luisz
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    choices 1, 3, and 6 were wrong

  15. luisz
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    I'll only bug you for two more problems

  16. that1chick
    • 2 years ago
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    I believe its Conditions 3, 4, and 7 thats what I'm putting for mines!

  17. that1chick
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    I got it right!! ;D YAY!! whoop whoop!!! (:

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