What type of quadrilateral has diagonals that DONT bisect each other?

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What type of quadrilateral has diagonals that DONT bisect each other?

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I think it is a kite. What do you think?
Options: square, kite, rhombus, and rectangle.
`square, rhombus, and rectangle` are all parallelograms. They have parallel sides and the diagonals bisect each other (cut each other in half) http://www.mathplanet.com/education/geometry/quadrilaterals/properties-of-parallelograms see property 5 on the link

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only a kite isn't a parallelogram of the group, so it's diagonals don't bisect each other. Exactly one diagonal cuts the other in half like this |dw:1444089907515:dw|
so you are correct

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