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waheguru

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I need some help solving this question

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  1. waheguru
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  2. waheguru
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    I don't understand it...

  3. Hero
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    Okay, so did you draw the diagonals yet?

  4. waheguru
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    So, is the shape drawn for me at the side or do I need to make a shape, because the kite shape fits the description

  5. waheguru
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    |dw:1346007849387:dw|

  6. waheguru
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    Now, What do they mean by the diagonals?

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    @Hero

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    |dw:1346007958274:dw|

  9. waheguru
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    So that is what they meant by diagonals?

  10. waheguru
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    |dw:1346008094597:dw| I thought diagonals were like this

  11. waheguru
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    So a diagonals is a line that connects one vertex to the opposite vertex?

  12. Hero
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    Diagonals begin at one vertex of one angle of a quadrilateral, then it goes to the opposite angle. Then they both criss cross each other at a point.

  13. Hero
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    They always begin at the vertex of a quadrilateral. Not on the sides.

  14. waheguru
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    Thanks for your help Hero!

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