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Can you conclude that the quadrilateral is a parallelogram? Explain.

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    Yes, I think you can safely assume this is a parrallogram.

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    6 is the same on both sides as well.

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    The angles must also be the same as well because the sides are the same.

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    If we used the law of cosines we could should b equals a as well.

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    Or we can say b=a because of SAS .

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    yayy!!! Thank you. Thank you, Thank you... I have one more and I will stop bugging you :D

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    Lol, it's cool.

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