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janessia
 2 years ago
Jen is making a frame to stretch a canvas over for a painting. She nailed four pieces of wood together at what she believes will be the four vertices of a square. How can she be sure that the canvas will be a square?
Choose one answer.
a. At least two pieces of wood are the same length & all four interior angles are congruent.
b. All four of the pieces of wood are the same length & all four interior angles are congruent.
c. At least two pieces of wood are the same length & at least two interior angles are congruent.
d. All four of the pieces of wood are the same length & at
janessia
 2 years ago
Jen is making a frame to stretch a canvas over for a painting. She nailed four pieces of wood together at what she believes will be the four vertices of a square. How can she be sure that the canvas will be a square? Choose one answer. a. At least two pieces of wood are the same length & all four interior angles are congruent. b. All four of the pieces of wood are the same length & all four interior angles are congruent. c. At least two pieces of wood are the same length & at least two interior angles are congruent. d. All four of the pieces of wood are the same length & at

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