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Quadrilateral ABCD has coordinates A (3, 1), B (4, 4), C (7, 5), D (6, 2). Quadrilateral ABCD is a (4 points) PLEASE HELP

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  1. anonymous
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    @ganeshie8 help please

  2. Jadeishere
    • one year ago
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    There are many options; trapezoid - bases are parallel parallelogram - opposites are parallel square - all sides are equal, opposites parallel, diagonals are perpendicular rectangle - four right angles, opposites congruent rhombus - opposites are parallel, diagonals are perpendicular kite - one pair of oppositie angles are congruent and diagonals perpendicular, two pairs of congruent sides. Put the coordinates on a graph and look at the above descriptions >.<

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    would it be parallelogram, because opposite sides are congruent and adjacent sides are not perpendicular? @Jadeishere

  4. Jadeishere
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    Yes, it would be a parallelogram :D YAY! Good job and Welcome to Openstudy!

  5. anonymous
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    Thank you!!!!!

  6. Jadeishere
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    No problem :D Glad to help

  7. anonymous
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    can you help me with two more please! @Jadeishere

  8. Jadeishere
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    Yep :)

  9. anonymous
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    How can you prove a triangle is a right triangle? i think its between either B. Use the slope formula to see if any sides are perpendicular. or D. Use the slope formula to see if any sides are parallel @Jadeishere

  10. Jadeishere
    • one year ago
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    You'd want to use the slope formula to see if any are perpendicular because a perpendicular angle is a right angle, which would create a right triangle - and triangles CANNOT have any parallel sides :)

  11. anonymous
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    Thank you so much!!!!

  12. anonymous
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    i figured out the other question lol thanks a bunch you helped me out a lot! @Jadeishere

  13. Jadeishere
    • one year ago
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    Of course >.< Good luck :)

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