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Bella21121

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Which category of two-dimensional shapes apply to all three of these shapes? A. trapezoid B. quadrilateral C. parallelogram D. rhombus

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  1. Bella21121
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    @Defiance

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    Sorry, I was eatting.

  3. Defiance
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    We know none of them are triangles, cause triangles have 3 sides.

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    We know 2 are trapezoids, but the third does not have the correct angles.

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    Therefore not A and not D.

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    A parallelogram is a shape with 4 sides, not mattering if they have equal sides or not. There fore, they are all parallelograms.

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