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cubanafabien1996 Group Title

2. Which statement is true? (1 point) a. All quadrilaterals are rectangles. b. All quadrilaterals are squares. c. All rectangles are quadrilaterals. d. All quadrilaterals are parallelograms.

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  1. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    which one do you think it is

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  2. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    a?

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  3. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    All quadrilaterals are rectangles is false because here is a quadrilateral, but it's NOT a rectangle |dw:1355345617292:dw|

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  4. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    ohh, so d?

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  5. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    is this a parallelogram? |dw:1355345767099:dw|

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  6. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    uhmm yes?

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  7. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    why do you say that

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  8. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    because it's a 4-sided flat shape with straight sides where opposite sides are parallel.

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  9. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    are these sides parallel |dw:1355345907646:dw|

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  10. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    i'm so stuck on this question:( and i have like 8 more:'(

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  11. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    no, those two aren't..

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  12. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    so it can't be a parallelogram

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  13. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    1. Classify the figure in as many ways as possible. a. rectangle; square; quadrilateral; parallelogram; rhombus b. rectangle; square; parallelogram c. rhombus; quadrilateral; square d. square; rectangle; quadrilateral

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  14. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    which one are you thinking

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  15. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    for the first question i asked, b and for this one a?

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  16. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    it's not "All quadrilaterals are squares", please don't just guess

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  17. jim_thompson5910 Group Title
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    and yes the next one is A

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  18. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    3. Lucinda wants to build a square sandbox, but she has no way of measuring angles. Which of the following explains how she can make sure the sandbox is square by measuring only length? (1 point) A. Arrange four equal-length sides, so the diagonals bisect each other. B. Arrange four equal-length sides, so the diagonals are equal lengths also. C. Make each diagonal the same length as four equal-length sides. D. Not possible; Lucinda has to be able to measure a right angle. 4. J and M are base angles of isosceles trapezoid JKLM. If mJ = 20x + 9, and mM = 14x + 15, find mK.

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    a. 151o b. 1o c. 29o d. 75.5o

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    In the rhombus, m1 = 18x, m2 = x + y, and m3 = 30z. Find the value of the variables x, y, and z. The diagram is not drawn to scale.

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    The answer is C I just answered this question on my homework.

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    6. In rectangle KLMN, KM = 6x + 16, and LN = 49. Find the value of x.

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    for which number?

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    7. Find the values of a and b. The diagram is not to scale.

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    8. LM is the midsegment of trapezoid ABCD. If AB = 46 and DC = 125, what is LM?

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    9. Find m1 and m3 in the kite. The diagram is not drawn to scale.

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    10. Find the values of the variables and the lengths of the sides of this kite.

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    11. ABCD is a rhombus. Explain why . ABC is congruent to CDA

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    this is very easily c

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  30. cubanafabien1996 Group Title
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    can anyone help me with these??

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    anyone help please??

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    number 3 is b.

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