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Quadrilaterals

Summary of Quadrilaterals and their properties
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Amanda Tanton

on 21 February 2012

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Transcript of Quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals We see them everywhere... What types of quadrilaterals exist? and how do we classify them? Parallelogram Both pairs of opposite sides //
Both pairs of opposite sides congruent.
Opposite angles congruent
Consecutive angle pairs supplementary.
Diagonals bisect each other. Rectangle 4 right angles
Diagonals are congruent Rhombus All sides congruent
Diagonals bisect angles
Diagonals are perpendicular
Square All properties of a rectangle.
All properties of a rhombus Here's One! Neato! Here's One! Super Duper! Magical! Here's One! No Way! Here's Lots! Kite 2 pairs of consecutive sides are congruent.
Diagonals are perpendicular
One diagonal bisects the other.
One diagonal bisects opposite angles. Trapezoid Isosceles
Trapezoid One pair of parallel sides
Two pairs of consecutive angles supplementary. Legs congruent.
Base angles congruent.
Diagonals are congruent. I want that table! Lets Go Fly...! Wow! Here's One! Here's One! Here's One! The End!!!
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