anonymous
  • anonymous
Which completely describes the polygon? http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/243500_244000/243615/1/f79c8cfb2bcb689b77d13bf06380915e95d58b2c/VHS_PA_S2_03_L207_L307_Q1.gif
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its either a rhombus or a square, between these choices. it cant be a rectangle since it has all the same side lengths & all right angles. can you figure it out now? if u cant just say so, & i will be happy to help :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
but its a square :)
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  • anonymous
The sides and angles of a square: The sides of a square are all congruent (the same length.) The angles of a square are all congruent (the same size and measure.) Remember that a 90 degree angle is called a "right angle." So, a square has four right angles. Opposite angles of a square are congruent. Opposite sides of a square are congruent. Opposite sides of a square are parallel. CHECK OUT http://www.coolmath.com/reference/squares.html

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