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BIGDOG96

  • 2 years ago

Which chart best compares a rectangle and a rhombus according to their side and diagonal properties?

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  1. BIGDOG96
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  2. BIGDOG96
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    @ganeshie8 Can you help?

  3. BIGDOG96
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    @PaxPolaris can you help?

  4. BIGDOG96
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    I'm bad with this.

  5. PaxPolaris
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    |dw:1348676604835:dw| have you been able to eliminate any of the options so far....

  6. PaxPolaris
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    @BIGDOG96 Were you able to eliminate any of the options at all for any reason?

  7. BIGDOG96
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    2 and 4...right?

  8. PaxPolaris
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    yes if you're looking at sides ... Rectangles: opposite sides equal Rhombus: All equal so... we're left with 1 and 3

  9. BIGDOG96
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    Yep

  10. PaxPolaris
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    now look at diagonals ... in a rectangle do the diagonals bisect each other ... (cut each other in half)

  11. PaxPolaris
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    ?

  12. BIGDOG96
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    Yes

  13. PaxPolaris
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    and are they perpendicular to each other?

  14. BIGDOG96
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    Yes

  15. BIGDOG96
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    So option 3 right?

  16. PaxPolaris
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    perpendicular means they intersect at 90 degree angles...? |dw:1348677416596:dw| do all 4 angles made by the intersecting diagonals look the same ?

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    Yes

  18. PaxPolaris
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    |dw:1348677680210:dw| are you saying angle 1 and angle 2 have the exact same measure?

  19. BIGDOG96
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    N

  20. BIGDOG96
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    No

  21. PaxPolaris
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    right ... in a rectangle: diagonals are congruent to each other ... and bisect each other .... But they are NOT necessarily perpendicular to each other if they were perpendicular ... the rectangle would have to be a Square

  22. BIGDOG96
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    Right

  23. BIGDOG96
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    Gotcha

  24. PaxPolaris
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    |dw:1348678135474:dw| In a Rhombus diagonal are perpendiular ... AND they bisect each other .... the diagonals just don't have to be congruent to each other. if they were congruent the rhombus would have to be a square. so option 1.

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    Thanks

  26. PaxPolaris
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    no problem

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