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Give all of the names that apply to each quadrilateral: 1.Kite 2.Rectangle 3.Rhombus

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i think 3.parallelogram
i got dat already
1.Kite:Exactly two pairs of congrunt sides 2.Rectangle:Four right angels 3.Rhombus:Four congruent sides

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i know but NAMES not DEFINITIONS (not yelling :)
what do you mean names the names are Kite Rectangle and rhombus =/
for ex (wut we did in class) : 1. Parellogram-Quadrilateral 2. Trapezoid-Quadrilateral 3. Square-Rectangle,Rhombus,Parellogram,Quadrilateral
okay ill try
Kite,Rectangle,Rhombus are all called Special Quadrilateral
i put dat
i really don't understand dint you just tell me give you the names <=/
k thx anyway

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