Falco276
  • Falco276
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!! The vertices of a quadrilateral ABCD are A(1, -3), B(4, -3), C(4, -5), and D(-1, -5). The vertices of another quadrilateral EFCD are E(1, -7), F(4, -7), C(4, -5), and D(-1, -5). Which conclusion is true about the quadrilaterals?
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Falco276
  • Falco276
The shape of the quadrilaterals is same but their areas are different. The ratio of their corresponding sides is not equal. The measures of the corresponding angles are different. The angles and sides overlap when one quadrilateral is placed on the other.

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