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Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
Diagonals of quadrilaterals
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  • Diagonals of quadrilaterals

    1. 1. Quadrilaterals Bisecting Diagonals Perpendicular Perpendicular Diagonals Bisecting DiagonalsRhombus Yes Yes YesSquare Yes Yes YesParallelogram Yes No NoRectangle Yes No NoKite No Yes NoTrapezoid No No No
    2. 2. Q U A D R IL A T E R A L S : S P E C IA L C H A R A C T E R IS T IC SA N D IN F O R M A T IO N O N D IA G O N A L Shttp://www.algebralab.org/lessons/lesson.aspx?file=Geometry_QuadrilateralsSpecialCharactiP R O P E R T IE S O F Q U A D R IL A T E R A L Shttp://www.lavcmath.com/shin/quadrilaterals.pdf

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