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A quadrilateral has vertices (2, 0), (0, -2), (-2, 4), (-4, 2). Which special quadrilateral is formed by connecting the midpoints of the sides?

a. kite
b. rectangle
c. trapezoid
b. rhombus

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  1. The answers are:
    D
    C
    A
    C
    B
    D

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  2. @Here to Help is 100% correct I just listed the problem out because it helps with my anxiety hope this helps :)
    1. D. Rhombus
    2. C. Triangle starting point (-a,0) etc
    3. A. (d, c)
    4. C. (d+f+g, 2e)
    5. B. scalene
    6. D. (a+b)^2+c^2

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  3. @ Here to help

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  4. If your test has only 5 questions just leave out the last answer that "here to help" put. Trust me i literally took it two seconds ago, you will get a 100%. If you are reading this and take the test and get a 100 using my answers, which you will, pls leave feedback so that others can get their answers right too!

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  5. Well, I believe I may help. If you graph the points given here, then use the midpoint formula, you find the midpoints. Connect the midpoints like connect the dots and boom. You have d. Rhombus

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  6. Ugg i have 5 questions only and Idk which answer isnt on my test

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  7. Now what do you call a kite shape with all sides equal?

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  8. DRAW IT !!!
    The original was a rectangle.
    The final is a special kite shape with all sides the same length. { sqrt(10) }

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  9. Have you graphed these? Then mark the midpoints, and graph that? Opposite sides parallel and equal?

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