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What is the most precise name for quadrilateral ABCD with vertices A(–3, 2), B(–1, 4), C(4, 4), and D(2, 2)?

1. parallelogram
2. rhombus
3. quadrilateral
4. rectangle

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9 answers
  1. 1. Parallelogram.

    BC and AD are the hor. sides.
    AB and CD are the slant sides.

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  2. Just finished the test :)

    1.) B, (c+b - a,d)
    2.) A, parallelogram
    3.) C, kite
    4.) B, 360
    5.) D, 40
    6.) B, NMS and MNT
    7.) A, 135
    8.) B, sometimes true
    9.) B, (-9,2)
    10.) B, 30

    amosc :) - annee-mrie

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  3. Isosceles Trapezoid

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  4. are those correct?

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  5. Y’all were no help lol

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  6. 1. (a+c,b)
    2. rhombus
    3. kite
    4. 50
    5. 142
    6. 50
    7. 5
    8. 135
    9. decreases

    i don’t know the others <3

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  7. just took the test
    1. (a+c,b)
    2. parallelogram
    3. kite
    4. 360
    5. 130
    6. 73: 107
    7. 7
    8. 157.5
    9. greater than
    10. is parallelogram, but sadly you'll have to write it in your own words
    11. rhombus (same as 10, writing it in your own words)
    12. y=14
    13. I don't even know this one honestly

    hopefully this helps, lemme know if any of them is wrong :)

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  8. who is right bruh?

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  9. Daddy is right

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