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What is the name of the quadrilateral shown in the diagram? A. rhombus B. kite C. parallelogram D. trapezoid

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  2. anonymous
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    It is a parallelogram. Rhombus is ruled out because all sides must be equal, in a kite the sets of congruent lines must be adjacent, and in a trapezoid two lines are not congruent. A parallelogram has two sets of congruent sides and fits the diagram.

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    Hopefully this helps! :)

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    thanks!

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    The arrow marks tell us that the opposite sides are parallel. So we have a parallelogram

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