Help ? :D Medal + Fan! (but only if I get it right) The vertices of a quadrilateral are (0, -2), (4, 2), (-3, 2), and (-3, -2). What type of quadrilateral is it? (Points : 5) parallelogram trapezoid rhombus rectangle

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Help ? :D Medal + Fan! (but only if I get it right) The vertices of a quadrilateral are (0, -2), (4, 2), (-3, 2), and (-3, -2). What type of quadrilateral is it? (Points : 5) parallelogram trapezoid rhombus rectangle

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Ah okay, have you thought of plotting these points? It would help you a lot ^^
Okay I'll try that right now.
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Its a very simple drawing and it is also 'not to scale' But the shape is clear :) What do you think it is?
rhombus
Think of a Rhombus as a pushed over square ~ In this case, it doesn't look that similar to a square
It's a Trapezoid : )
Okay Thank you. Sorry K12 is confusing with the way they explain things.
No problem :)

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