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A quadrilateral has vertices (2, 0), (0, –2), (–2, 4), and (–4, 2). Which special quadrilateral is formed by connecting the midpoints of the sides? a.kite b.rectangle c.trapezoid d.rhombus

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The question is a bit messed up, if you want to be very accurate. The most accurate answer is a square, which can be belong in the rhombus category, which belongs in the trapezoid category. Funny right? \[squar e \subseteq rhombus \subseteq trapezoid\] But for this test, the most suitable answer is d.rhombus
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you get a parallelogram !!
you can find out the lengths of the sides of the quadrilateral ! you'll find two pair of equal sides...
Sorry sorry sorry, you are right. Damn I need some sleep :-p
@meera_yadav you graphed that completely wrong. The given coordinates make a rectangle...

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